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McDonald's pays tribute to farmers 'who care'

McDonald's is highlighting its efforts to work with British and Irish farmers "who care" about the welfare of their livestock and the quality of their produce, in a TV ad that champions the positive impact of the brand on society.

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Sir Martin Sorrell, WPP's founder and chief executive, earns nearly 780 times more than his average employee, according to a think tank report.

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Monsoon Accessorize, the global fashion retail group, is to launch two digitally focused seasonal campaigns as part of its latest marketing strategy.

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Top 10 Premier League ads

With the Premier League about to kick off, we look at some of the league's most popular ads since its inception in 1992.

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Steve Ballmer quits Microsoft board less than six months after resigning as CEO

Former Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer has quit the board less than half a year after leaving the chief executive post, ending his 34-year tenure at the technology group.

 

Lake Capital rejects demands of Engine's rebel shareholders

Lake Capital, the private equity company set to buy Engine, has refused to improve its offer to ex-employee shareholders.

 

Celebrity Big Brother returns with 2.9m viewers

'Celebrity Big Brother's' return to Channel 5 delivered a peak audience of 2.9 million viewers last night, according to unofficial overnight figures.

 
 

McDonald's seals Kraft deal to sell McCafe coffee brand in grocery stores

US shoppers will soon be able to enjoy McDonald's coffee outside the fast-food chain's outlets, following a deal with Kraft that will allow the McCafe brand to be sold in grocery stores.

 

Royal Bank of Scotland goes back to its roots by ditching RBS branding

The Royal Bank of Scotland is dropping the RBS branding from signage at its branches, in an attempt to reconnect the brand to its Scottish heritage.

 

Axe launches campaign against weekend-only users

Axe, the Unilever body spray brand known as Lynx in the UK, has released two films encouraging men to embrace the weekdays that everyone else hates.

 
 


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