Tag Archives: british airways

Same old Virgin Atlantic or a well-aimed shot at BA?

You know what you’re going to get from Virgin Atlantic advertising, leggy models in red shoes impersonating cabin staff from the days when ‘trolley dollies’ was an accurate way to describe them. And you would expect no less from Sir ...

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BBH resigns Levi’s – divorce after a fraught separation

Bartle Bogle Hegarty has resigned Levi’s, one of its signature accounts, after 28 years. But crucially it hasn’t got any scripts through production since 2008, the year it also declined to repitch for the US business which went to Wieden ...

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Tony Hayward or Willie Walsh – which CEO’s in the firing line first?

Well they surely can’t both survive can they? Hayward’s BP and Walsh’s British Airways are two of Britain’s most important companies but both CEOs are in the mire up to their armpits. Hayward is plain unlucky. Having taken over from ...

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Farce as price fixing case against BA marketing execs collapses

It only took the UK’s Crown Prosecution Service four years to discover, in court today, that they had ‘no evidence’ to offer against four British Airways marketing executives on price-fixing charges. BA’s current head of sales Martin Crawley and former ...

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