Former Pepsico boss Otsuki starts new job with cure for baldness

Talk about lucky, the newly-appointed boss of Japan’s Unihair, former PepsiCo Japan boss Tadao Otsuki, has announced that his company has discovered a cell generation method of growing new hair. As Unihair is the world’s largest wigmaker this is a ...

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New Indy i is “irrelevant, ill-conceived and ill-fated,” says Marketing Week columnist Mark Ritson

All the way from Australia where the voluble marketing columnist toils as associate professor of marketing at Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne. Well it’s hardly Harvard is it? Anyway Ritson is a good writer but his damning put-down of ...

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Del Campo Saatchi unveils blockbuster regional campaign for Sony Playstation

Argentina’s Del Campo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi scored quite a coup when Sony appointed it to handle a regional campaign for Playstation and its first offering, from the team who produced the Cannes Grand Prix winner ‘Teletransporter,’ doesn’t disappoint. It ...

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Government spin doctor Andy Coulson set for Downing Street exit

Former New of the World editor and now coalition government director of communications Andy Coulson is a step nearer the exit from No 10 Downing Street as he has been interviewed by police (as a witness, not a suspect) about ...

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TOM ORMES: Why I’d like to be a Mad Man – and why I wouldn’t

Tom Ormes is creative director of iris Singapore and a former vice president, senior writer at DraftFCB. Here he considers Mad Men agency Sterling Cooper 2.0. “Over the last few years, if I had a dollar for everytime someone said to ...

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