UK coalition government relies on pomp and circumstance to avoid meltdown

Iconic adman and three-time election-winning Thatcher adviser turned public relations oligarch Lord Bell, speaking at an IPA event in March 2010, summed up election strategy thus: if a country’s ‘feel-good factor’ stays above a certain level, governing parties win elections. ...

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Leave the internet alone Zuckerberg tells Sarkozy

French president Nicolas Sarkozy’s clever plan to look both innovative and responsible at his unilateral ‘eG8’ summit in Deauville has flopped as his hand-picked collection of internet whizz guests (hand-picked by Maurice Levy of Publicis Groupe) roundly rejected his plans ...

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Can Jaguar really challenge BMW and Mercedes?

At the moment it seems to be doing a remarkably good job considering that, shortly after Indian firm Tata bought Jaguar Land Rover from Ford in 2008, the financial crisis struck and the deal looked a lemon. Tata Motors has ...

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Google adds Mother to growing collection of UK creative agencies

Google has added UK creative indie Mother to its collection of UK ad agencies according to Marketing Week’s Pitch. The search and online advertising giant already employs Bartle Bogle Hegarty and M&C Saatchi from the UK on its global roster, ...

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