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Andrew Miller to step down as GMG chief

Andrew Miller, the chief executive of Guardian Media Group, is to leave the company at the end of June after five years in the role.

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Global brand absorbs EHS and will house Havas Worldwide's data and digital skills.

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Lactofree seeks shop for ad/digital account

Lactofree, the Arla Foods dairy brand, is on the hunt for an agency to handle its ad­vertising and digital activity.

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PZ Cussons hunts for global agency

PZ Cussons is looking to appoint a global agency of record for its personal-care brands.

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Unilever reviews £3bn global media

Unilever, the owner of Dove and Flora, is reviewing its £3 billion global media account.

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McDonald's boss Don Thompson replaced by brand chief and Brit Steve Easterbrook

McDonald's chief executive Don Thompson has stepped down days after reporting falling profits, with British-born chief brand officer Steve Easterbrook lined up to take the reins of the business.

 

Saatchi & Saatchi wins $40m HomeAway account as it goes after Airbnb

HomeAway, the holiday home rental site, has appointed Saatchi & Saatchi London to handle its $40 million (£26.4 million) advertising account.

 

ITV and Visa sign placement deal

Coronation Street and Emmerdale will feature Visa's contactless payment technology for nine months from February in a six-figure deal.

 
 

Confused.com's Brian the robot incarnated as interactive toy in consumer giveaway

Confused.com's Brian the robot brand character has been brought to life outside of the firm's TV advertising, and will be given away free in the form of a physical interactive "pull-and-go" toy that speaks lines from the ads, to consumers who buy ins...

 

Karmarama scoops global Secret Escapes

Secret Escapes, the online travel company, has appointed Karmarama to handle its global creative business.

 

The Red Brick Road captures GoDaddy UK brief

GoDaddy has appointed The Red Brick Road as its lead creative agency in the UK without a pitch.

 
 


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