Twitter has launched new postcode-specific geo-targeting service in time for the General Election, which will be held in 100 days.
Mattel's CEO and chairman, Bryan Stockton, has resigned after the Barbie maker warned of a 6% sales slide over the key Christmas period.
Tesco has sold off Blinkbox Music to Guvera, a music streaming service headquartered in Australia with plans to expand into Europe.
BHS has been put up for sale by retail tycoon Sir Philip Green, the Arcadia group chairman who, it is understood, has received "several approaches" from prospective buyers.
The Daily Mirror is responding to the publicity around its rival The Sun's Page 3 by publishing a "montage" of tits tomorrow.
Rocky star Sylvester Stallone will appear in an ad for Warburtons bread, reprising his role as the aging Cold War boxer.
Microsoft has reported a 11% year-on-year plummet in profits for the last three months of 2014, with net income down to $5.86bn (£3.88bn), although sales were up 8% to $26.6bn.
Aer Lingus has said it is "willing" to accept a €1.36bn (£1.02bn) offer by British Airways owner IAG to buy the Irish airline, on the proviso that it remains a separate business operating as a standalone brand.
The Outdoor Media Centre, the outdoor media trade body, has appointed Mark Craze, the former chief executive of Havas Media UK, as its chairman, replacing Naren Patel.
Coca-Cola's sponsorship of London landmark The London Eye kicked off this month, resulting in Europe's tallest Ferris wheel being bathed in red light. Marketing took to the South Bank to ask the public the significance of the red-illumination.
Time Inc UK, the publisher that owns InStyle, Country Life and Marie Claire, has restructured its advertising team to focus more on the customer and to better service agencies.
Amazon racked up a quarter of all money spent on entertainment in the 12 weeks to 21 December, gaining more sales than its competitors for music, games and video in the UK.
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