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Pizza Hut UK is reviewing its creative agency requirements as it looks to revive its fortunes in the competitive casual-dining market.
Microsoft will officially phase out the Nokia brand for its mobile products, instead calling its smartphones Microsoft Lumia.
Coca-Cola CMO Joe Tripodi is set to retire from the company to be replaced by senior Coke executive Marcos De Quinto.
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