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Who scored highest in our UK Christmas ads round-up?

The crop of seasonal advertising is a feast of creativity and production but, inevitably, it always ends up with the winners and the also rans. The media investment is huge and in some cases so is the production; it has ...

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Is Sainsbury winning the UK supermarket wars?

It certainly is if you see the market as we used to: a carve-up between Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury and Morrisons. The company, helmed by Justin King (left) for the last ten years, has seen its market share inch up to ...

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TBWA replaces departed Co-op account with Lidl

Last year TBWA Manchester lost the £50m Co-op account to Leo Burnett and now its big brother in London has gone some way towards replacing the loss by winning German-owned discount supermarket chain Lidl. Lidl is reported to have been ...

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