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The Prince's Trust has launched a campaign to encourage employers to take a fresh look at young people from troubled backgrounds, highlighting the skills they have to offer from having learnt the "hard way".
Sir Peter Bazalgette, the chair of Arts Council England and former chairman of Endemol, has called on the creative industries to work together to improve diversity.
Amazon made a profit of $214m (£142m) in the last three months of 2014, which included the Christmas trading period, down $25m on last year's performance.
Tracy De Groose, the chief executive of Dentsu Aegis Network UK, has been promoted to its EMEA executive board, following the appointment of Rob Horler as the network's first US chief executive.
Budweiser's Super Bowl ad "lost puppy" has topped this week's Campaign Viral Chart, which features several spots created for the game on Sunday.
Google has reported a $4.76bn (£3.16bn) quarterly profit, up 30% on the year before, with revenue growth of 15% to $18.1bn.
Social video experts Be On review the latest viral by BuzzFeed and Friskies.
Unilever CMO Keith Weed said that digital ads are failing to reach up to half of their target and has said the industry needs to boost the hit rate to 100%.
In our latest 'Bums on Seats' video offering advice from the UK's leading marketers, we speak to senior marketers Imogen Wilson (Plan UK), Mat Finch (Warner Leisure Hotels), Martin Moll (Honda) and Adrian Mooney (Tata Global Beverages)
Deezer, the music-streaming service, is looking for its first UK advertising agency.
Channel 5's latest salvo in its battle with Omnicom Media Group is in the form of a letter sent to the largest clients of Manning Gottlieb OMD, OMD and PHD, urging them to seek "independent advice" from media auditors about whether their TV advertisi...
Bloomberg has expanded its media footprint with the launch of a new flagship media site, Bloomberg Business, designed to broaden the financial giant's remit in the business world.
Emily Bell, the director of Columbia University's Tow Centre for digital journalism, warned the current dynamics between the press and digital "super platforms" like Google, Twitter and Facebook are "not working", when presenting The 12th annual Hugh...
Twitter is introducing new functionality to its social network that allows users to upload up to 30-seconds of video and engage in private group chats with followers.
Siobhan Freegard, the founder of Netmums, the UK parenting advice site, has launched the Channel Mum YouTube network, with Panasonic as a launch partner.
Twitter has unveiled its first native video application, which allows users to shoot, edit and share videos from within its mobile app.
Mark Read, the chief executive at WPP Digital, has been named the global chief executive at Wunderman, replacing Daniel Morel.
Car manufacturer Lexus has kicked off an outdoor campaign that tracks the brand of cars driving past, triggering a personalised message encouraging the driver to switch to a Lexus.
Three is expanding its 'Feel at Home' campaign with a ten-day Instagram competition in partnership with Global Radio's Capital Breakfast show with Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon.
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.
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by Polly Becker, 30/01/2015
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