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iol.co.za
‘China’s a 30-year growth story’London - Sir Martin Sorrell remains an avowed “raging bull” on China despite th
‘China’s a 30-year growth story’
iol.co.za / Posted 4 days ago
London - Sir Martin Sorrell remains an avowed “raging bull” on China despite the recent collapse in its stock markets. “I am an unabashed bull,” he said as the advertising giant reported a 12 percent rise in headline profits to £596m in the first... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Britain's economy would be lost without immigrationAnother is that the genie is out of the bottle on immigration. Even countries t
Britain's economy would be lost without immigration
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Another is that the genie is out of the bottle on immigration. Even countries that operate points-based systems struggle to control their borders. The belief that leaving the European Union would solve the problem is for the birds. Even Switzerland,... Read more
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Independent
Why China's market crash is not what it seemsDonald Trump, the US presidential hopeful, responded to the market chaos in the
Why China's market crash is not what it seems
Independent / Posted 6 days ago
Donald Trump, the US presidential hopeful, responded to the market chaos in the Far East by arguing that America should now “decouple” from China. This is a quite ridiculous notion. China is woven into the fabric of the global economy, its workers... Read more
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Yahoo News
The 10 things in advertising you need to know today Good morning. Here's everything you need to know in the world of advertising
The 10 things in advertising you need to know today
Yahoo News / Posted 7 days ago
Good morning. Here's everything you need to know in the world of advertising today. 1. Quotidian Ventures venture partner Rick Webb has written an open letter to Twitter, urging the company to... Read more
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express
City News update: Tata Steel, Stagecoach, WPP, HSS THE latest updates from City & Business… TATA Steel to cut 250 jobs at South
City News update: Tata Steel, Stagecoach, WPP, HSS
express / Posted 7 days ago
THE latest updates from City & Business… TATA Steel to cut 250 jobs at South Wales plantTata set to shed steel jobs TATA Steel is to cut 250 jobs as it mothballs part of a plant in South... Read more
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Business Insider
BuzzFeed just announced a big partnership that will turn on the money jetsBuzzFeed and WPP's media buying arm GroupM announced a partnership on Thursday
BuzzFeed just announced a big partnership that will turn on the money jets
Business Insider / Posted 7 days ago
BuzzFeed and WPP's media buying arm GroupM announced a partnership on Thursday — a deal that is likely to boost the website's ad revenues, and help the world's largest advertising agency holding group show its clients that it has the best connections... Read more
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Business Insider
The 10 things in advertising you need to know todayREUTERS/Brendan McDermidWPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell. Good morning. Here's every
The 10 things in advertising you need to know today
Business Insider / Posted 7 days ago
REUTERS/Brendan McDermidWPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell. Good morning. Here's everything you need to know in the world of advertising today. 1. Quotidian Ventures venture partner Rick Webb has written an open letter to Twitter, urging the company to... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Stock market crisis: FTSE fall sees £26bn wiped off Britain's top listed firmsShares in Germany, France and Spain also dropped with stocks falling once again
Stock market crisis: FTSE fall sees £26bn wiped off Britain's top listed firms
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
Shares in Germany, France and Spain also dropped with stocks falling once again in China and Hong Kong. This was despite a desperate attempt by the Chinese government to restore investor confidence by cutting interest rates and pumping more money... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
U.S. growth offsets China woes at WPP Britain's WPP, the world's biggest advertising company, said it expected to h
U.S. growth offsets China woes at WPP
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 8 days ago
Britain's WPP, the world's biggest advertising company, said it expected to hit its full-year net sales and margin targets after seeing a sharp upturn in trading in July. As Hayley Platt reports its CEO Martin... Read more
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Zero Hedge
August 26Overnight Media Digest - The late-day selloff shattered the veneer of stabilit
August 26
Zero Hedge / Posted 8 days ago
Overnight Media Digest - The late-day selloff shattered the veneer of stability that had settled over global markets after China's central bank moved to stanch the stock-market rout. (on.wsj.com/1LzAECZ) - Global central bankers are preparing to... Read more
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The Irish Times
US growth offsets Chinese jitters at ad group WPP Advertising giant records net sales growth of 3.5% in American market WPP chi
US growth offsets Chinese jitters at ad group WPP
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
Advertising giant records net sales growth of 3.5% in American market WPP chief executive Martin Sorrell WPP, the world’s biggest advertising company, said it was on track to hit its demanding... Read more
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Evening Standard
WPP's Sorrell remains "raging bull" on China as profits rise 12%Sir Martin Sorrell remains an avowed “raging bull” of China despite the recent
WPP's Sorrell remains "raging bull" on China as profits rise 12%
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
Sir Martin Sorrell remains an avowed “raging bull” of China despite the recent collapse in its stock markets. “I am an unabashed bull,” he said as the advertising giant reported a 12% rise in headline profits to £596 million in the first half of the... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
European stock markets slide again as China worries biteEuropean stock markets resumed their falls on Wednesday as fears about the Chin
European stock markets slide again as China worries bite
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 8 days ago
European stock markets resumed their falls on Wednesday as fears about the Chinese economy once again gripped investors and a late plunge in US stocks unnerved the market. The FTSE 100 fell almost 2% in early trading to 5,972 points, below the... Read more
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MumBRELLA
WPP sounds the alarm: Industry optimism is misplaced, economic growth is tepid, clients are risk-averse and there is no upside on the way Sorrell: Brands are cutting costs not going for growth WPP boss Sir Martin S
WPP sounds the alarm: Industry optimism is misplaced, economic growth is tepid, clients are risk-averse and there is no upside on the way
MumBRELLA / Posted 8 days ago
Sorrell: Brands are cutting costs not going for growth WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell has warned that the... Read more
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Evening Standard
Traders brace for another day of turmoilDespite preventative action from China's central bank, it's been another wild d
Traders brace for another day of turmoil
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
Despite preventative action from China's central bank, it's been another wild day for stocks in Shanghai and volatility is expected to figures heavily in activity on equity markets around the world today. At home news from the gambling sector... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
WPP reports sharp upturn in July tradingWPP Group Chief Executive Officer Martin Sorrell speaks at the Global Investmen
WPP reports sharp upturn in July trading
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 8 days ago
WPP Group Chief Executive Officer Martin Sorrell speaks at the Global Investment Conference 2012 in London July 26, 2012. LONDON Britain's WPP (WPP.L), the world's biggest advertising company, said it expected to hit its full-year net sales and... Read more
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SKY News Business RSS
China slump to have significant implicationsA long-term "impairment" in China's growth rates would have "very significant i
China slump to have significant implications
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 8 days ago
A long-term "impairment" in China's growth rates would have "very significant implications" for the global economy, according to the chief executive of one of Britain's biggest investors in China. Speaking exclusively to Sky News, Sir Martin... Read more
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Sky News Australia
China slump to have significant implicationsA long-term "impairment" in China's growth rates would have "very significant i
China slump to have significant implications
Sky News Australia / Posted 8 days ago
A long-term "impairment" in China's growth rates would have "very significant implications" for the global economy, according to the chief executive of one of Britain's biggest investors in China. Speaking exclusively to Sky News, Sir Martin... Read more
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thebee
Sorrell Sounds Warning Over Chinese 'Bubble'A long-term "impairment" in China's growth rates would have "very significant i
Sorrell Sounds Warning Over Chinese 'Bubble'
thebee / Posted 9 days ago
A long-term "impairment" in China's growth rates would have "very significant implications" for the global economy, according to the chief executive of one of Britain's biggest investors in China. Speaking exclusively to Sky News, Sir Martin... Read more
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International Business Times
Stephen Foster: How WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell stays king of the castle On 26 August, WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell will announce his advertising and med
Stephen Foster: How WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell stays king of the castle
International Business Times / Posted 10 days ago
On 26 August, WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell will announce his advertising and media giant's half-yearly results and, according to some weekend reports, the numbers will be good. Profits are forecast to be "about" £598m (a remarkably precise "about"),... Read more
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express
China crisis hammers stock market: £160billion taken off the value of UK companies LONDON-LISTED companies have seen approximately £160billion wiped off the val
China crisis hammers stock market: £160billion taken off the value of UK companies
express / Posted 11 days ago
LONDON-LISTED companies have seen approximately £160billion wiped off the value of their shares over the past fortnight, as the global stock market rout looks set to... Read more
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International Business Times
Are CEOs worth 183 times more than your average worker? WPP’s chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell was paid almost £43m last year, making
Are CEOs worth 183 times more than your average worker?
International Business Times / Posted 14 days ago
WPP’s chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell was paid almost £43m last year, making him the best paid boss of a listed British company.(Reuters) Earlier this week, figures from The High Pay Centre revealed that chief executives at FTSE 100 companies... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
How much is too much? CEO pay laid bare A new report has revealed that FTSE 100 chief executives are paid 183 times m
How much is too much? CEO pay laid bare
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 17 days ago
A new report has revealed that FTSE 100 chief executives are paid 183 times more than full-time workers, earning an average salary of nearly £5 million a year. As Ivor Bennett reports, the research has... Read more
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iol.co.za
Corporate pay gap widens in UKLondon - The pay of the bosses of Britain's top companies continued to stretch
Corporate pay gap widens in UK
iol.co.za / Posted 17 days ago
London - The pay of the bosses of Britain's top companies continued to stretch away from that of the rest of society in 2014, with the average FTSE 100 chief executive earning 183 times as much as typical UK workers. The High Pay Centre pressure... Read more
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Evening Standard
FTSE 100 bosses' pay rises to 183 times ordinary workers' salariesThe bosses of Britain's blue-chip companies saw their pay rise last year and no
FTSE 100 bosses' pay rises to 183 times ordinary workers' salaries
Evening Standard / Posted 17 days ago
The bosses of Britain's blue-chip companies saw their pay rise last year and now earn 183 times as much as ordinary workers, new research has shown. The chief executives of the country's top 100 companies received on average £4.964 million in pay in... Read more
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Independent
Britain's blue-chip bosses paid 183 times more than average workerThe High Pay Centre pressure group has crunched the numbers from the company re
Britain's blue-chip bosses paid 183 times more than average worker
Independent / Posted 17 days ago
The High Pay Centre pressure group has crunched the numbers from the company reports of the UK’s largest firms and found that average total pay for a chief executive climbed to £4.964m. That’s up slightly from the average £4.923m remuneration package... Read more
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Daily Mail
How strangers can tell if you're powerful, intelligent by quick glanceAs plain as the nose on your face: How strangers can tell if you are powerful,
How strangers can tell if you're powerful, intelligent by quick glance
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
As plain as the nose on your face: How strangers can tell if you are powerful, intelligent or even criminal just by a quick glance at your facial features Those with higher IQs are usually good-looking, according to researchers People with wide... Read more
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The New Yorker
MugglemarchRowling says, “There is no part of me that feels that I represented myself as y
Mugglemarch
The New Yorker / Posted 18 days ago
Rowling says, “There is no part of me that feels that I represented myself as your children’s babysitter or their teacher.”Credit Illustration by Stanley Chow The conifer hedges in front of J. K. Rowling’s seventeenth-century house, in Edinburgh,... Read more
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WA Today
CEO pay in spotlight as Telstra ex-boss pockets 163 times average worker's wageHow much is too much? Australia's top companies should be required to disclose
CEO pay in spotlight as Telstra ex-boss pockets 163 times average worker's wage
WA Today / Posted 21 days ago
How much is too much? Australia's top companies should be required to disclose their CEO pay as multiple of their median worker's wage, the Australian Shareholders Association says. Photo: Jessica Shapiro It took the former Telstra boss David Thodey... Read more
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Canberra Times
CEO pay in spotlight as Telstra ex-boss pockets 163 times average worker's wageHow much is too much? Australia's top companies should be required to disclose
CEO pay in spotlight as Telstra ex-boss pockets 163 times average worker's wage
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
How much is too much? Australia's top companies should be required to disclose their CEO pay as multiple of their median worker's wage, the Australian Shareholders Association says. Photo: Jessica Shapiro It took the former Telstra boss David Thodey... Read more
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Brisbane Times
CEO pay in spotlight as Telstra ex-boss pockets 163 times average worker's wageHow much is too much? Australia's top companies should be required to disclose
CEO pay in spotlight as Telstra ex-boss pockets 163 times average worker's wage
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 days ago
How much is too much? Australia's top companies should be required to disclose their CEO pay as multiple of their median worker's wage, the Australian Shareholders Association says. Photo: Jessica Shapiro It took the former Telstra boss David Thodey... Read more
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The Age
CEO pay in spotlight as Telstra ex-boss pockets 163 times average worker's wageHow much is too much? Australia's top companies should be required to disclose
CEO pay in spotlight as Telstra ex-boss pockets 163 times average worker's wage
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
How much is too much? Australia's top companies should be required to disclose their CEO pay as multiple of their median worker's wage, the Australian Shareholders Association says. Photo: Jessica Shapiro It took the former Telstra boss David Thodey... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
CEO pay in spotlight as Telstra ex-boss pockets 163 times average worker's wageHow much is too much? Australia's top companies should be required to disclose
CEO pay in spotlight as Telstra ex-boss pockets 163 times average worker's wage
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
How much is too much? Australia's top companies should be required to disclose their CEO pay as multiple of their median worker's wage, the Australian Shareholders Association says. Photo: Jessica Shapiro It took the former Telstra boss David Thodey... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Social media protests that scare consumer retail giantsOne large institutional investor, with a heavy exposure to Unilever and other c
Social media protests that scare consumer retail giants
Daily Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
One large institutional investor, with a heavy exposure to Unilever and other consumer stocks, spoke privately about these kind of left-field attacks which are beginning to be taken seriously by the City and provoking multi-billion companies to... Read more
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Independent
Berkeley founder Tony Pidgley gets £23m payday – with more to comeThe housebuilder’s annual report revealed the bumper payout to Mr Pidgley follo
Berkeley founder Tony Pidgley gets £23m payday – with more to come
Independent / Posted 23 days ago
The housebuilder’s annual report revealed the bumper payout to Mr Pidgley following the vesting of bonus schemes, one of which was struck in the depths of the financial crisis. The huge award catapults the Berkeley boss into second in the ranks of... Read more
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holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Doug Wills on this year's Society of Editors conferenceDoug Wills, left, president of the Society of Editors and managing editor of th
Doug Wills on this year's Society of Editors conference
holdthefrontpage.co.uk / Posted 27 days ago
Doug Wills, left, president of the Society of Editors and managing editor of the London Evening Standard and Independent titles, explains why this year's SoE conference is a must for industry leaders. Editors and journalists are - more than ever -... Read more
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holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Culture secretary John Whittingdale to speak at Society of Editors' conferenceThe year’s biggest media gathering will be returning to London for the second t
Culture secretary John Whittingdale to speak at Society of Editors' conference
holdthefrontpage.co.uk / Posted 29 days ago
The year’s biggest media gathering will be returning to London for the second time in three years and will be held from 18-20 October, under the theme Making News Pay. It will be held at The Grange St Paul’s Hotel, close to the iconic cathedral, and... Read more
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Mashable
IOC to order tests for viruses at Rio's Olympic water venuesWhat's This?Triathletes enter the water at the start of the men's triathlon ITU
IOC to order tests for viruses at Rio's Olympic water venues
Mashable / Posted a month ago
What's This?Triathletes enter the water at the start of the men's triathlon ITU World Olympic Qualification Event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015 Image: Felipe Dana/Associated Press The International Olympic Committee said Sunday it... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Oxfam International’s Winnie Byanyima puts social justice firstWinnie Byanyima is tired. It’s early morning and, suitcase in tow, she is just
Oxfam International’s Winnie Byanyima puts social justice first
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Winnie Byanyima is tired. It’s early morning and, suitcase in tow, she is just off an eight-hour flight from Uganda, her native country. The executive director of Oxfam International has met me in the tiny, noisy seating area at the back end of a... Read more
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Salon.com
More online, more on mobile: advertising executive to IOCKUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — A leading advertising executive told the IOC on S
More online, more on mobile: advertising executive to IOC
Salon.com / Posted 1 months ago
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — A leading advertising executive told the IOC on Sunday that the Olympic body needs to stay relevant with the younger generation and concentrate more of its content on the Internet and via mobile devices. And the once... Read more
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Daily Herald
More on line, more on mobile: advertising executive to IOCKUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- A leading advertising executive has told the Internat
More on line, more on mobile: advertising executive to IOC
Daily Herald / Posted 1 months ago
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- A leading advertising executive has told the International Olympic Committee it needs to stay relevant with the younger generation and concentrate more of its content outside of the two-year Olympic cycles on the Internet... Read more
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The New Age
Mobile key to growth, Sorrell tells IOCOlympic chiefs must pump more content to mobile devices, and extend the allure
Mobile key to growth, Sorrell tells IOC
The New Age / Posted 1 months ago
Olympic chiefs must pump more content to mobile devices, and extend the allure of the Games outside its 17-day window to stay relevant to young people, marketing guru Martin Sorrell said on Sunday. "You need to evolve to new consumption behaviours... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Mobile key to growth, Sorrell tells IOCSir Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive Officer of WPP, gestures during the session
Mobile key to growth, Sorrell tells IOC
Reuters Sports News / Posted 1 months ago
Sir Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive Officer of WPP, gestures during the session 'The BBC World Debate: A Richer World, but for Whom?' in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos January 23, 2015. KUALA LUMPUR Olympic chiefs must pump more content to... Read more
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Reuters
WPP, Providence to buy Chime in sports marketing pushWPP Plc (WPP.L), the world's largest advertising group by revenue, has teamed u
WPP, Providence to buy Chime in sports marketing push
Reuters / Posted 1 months ago
WPP Plc (WPP.L), the world's largest advertising group by revenue, has teamed up with U.S. buyout firm Providence Equity Partners LLC to buy Chime Communications Plc (CHW.L) and make a big push into sports marketing. Chime said Providence and WPP... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
WPP, Providence to buy Chime in sports marketing pushWPP Plc (WPP.L), the world's largest advertising group by revenue, has teamed u
WPP, Providence to buy Chime in sports marketing push
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 1 months ago
WPP Plc (WPP.L), the world's largest advertising group by revenue, has teamed up with U.S. buyout firm Providence Equity Partners LLC to buy Chime Communications Plc (CHW.L) and make a big push into sports marketing. Chime said Providence and WPP... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
WPP and Providence agree Chime deal for 374 million poundsWPP Chief Executive Martin Sorrell poses for a photo during an interview with T
WPP and Providence agree Chime deal for 374 million pounds
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 1 months ago
WPP Chief Executive Martin Sorrell poses for a photo during an interview with Thomson Reuters at the World Economic Forum on Latin America in Panama City April 3, 2014. Martin Sorrell's WPP (WPP.L) and buyout firm Providence agreed on Friday to buy... Read more
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AdWeek
Thursday, July 30, 2015Facebook reported its ad revenue was up 43 percent from the previous year and a
Thursday, July 30, 2015
AdWeek / Posted 1 months ago
Facebook reported its ad revenue was up 43 percent from the previous year and an expanding user base. Plus, KFC Canada created a bucket of chicken that prints selfies for you and your hipster friends. New on Adweek: Kim Kardashian makes a strange... Read more
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Zero Hedge
July 30Overnight Media Digest * Facebook Inc offered fresh evidence of its allure to
July 30
Zero Hedge / Posted 1 months ago
Overnight Media Digest * Facebook Inc offered fresh evidence of its allure to deep-pocketed big brands, as it and Google Inc increasingly take the lion's share of the fast-growing mobile advertising market. The social networking company posted a 39... Read more

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