Dyson is expected to launch its first robotic vacuum cleaner later this week, following the launch of a cryptic YouTube video.
Ice cream brand Ben & Jerry's kicks off its 2014 'Join Our Core' global contest today, calling on social enterprise start-ups to compete for a $10,000 (£6,000) cash prize.
Lidl has unveiled a £20m brand campaign that explains what the "modern Lidl is all about", in a bid to attract more affluent shoppers.
Direct Line has challenged rival insurance firms to match its customer offering with a new £40m campaign starring Harvey Keitel as character Winston Wolf from cult movie 'Pulp Fiction'.
Google has built and tested its own 'Project Wing' drone system, with the aim of speeding up deliveries.
Colin Barlow becomes global chief operating officer for Group M, while Yvonne Adam returns to the Young's Seafood brand as marketing director, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing and media.
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Rona Fairhead, the former chairman and chief executive of the Financial Times Group, is set to become the next BBC Trust chairman.
Walkers has transformed three London bus stops into tweet-activated vending machines as part of its ongoing 'Do us a Flavour' campaign.
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