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Carluccio's, the Italian restaurant chain, has appointed Delete as its digital agency.
Online gadget retailer Firebox.com has been reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority for advertising on its homepage a mug that appears to spell out the word "cunt".
Children in developing countries tell a documentary crew they have seen flying superheroes who have brought water, medicine and food to alleviate the suffering in their lives, in a touching and gently humorous ad for Save The Children.
Banks are trying to restore their damaged reputations through the use of content marketing, says Shafqat Islam, chief executive, NewsCred.
Altering the price of a product based on the credentials of the consumer is already being tested and used in many areas of our everyday lives, but when does this personalisation turn into discrimination, asks Sal Thomas, creative planner, Blue Chip.
Johnston Press has appointed the BBC marketer Terry McGrath to the newly created role of senior director of brand and product marketing.
A man in Australia has become what is believed to be the first person convicted of sex offences as a result of the lauded "Sweetie" campaign.
Greg Delaney and Mark Lund, the founders of DLKW Lowe, have backed Trigger Buzz, a new company providing real-time creative content for brands.
Philips is unveiling an online campaign starring the Olympic gymnast Louis Smith, aimed at encouraging people to ditch bottled juice in favour of making fresh juices at home.
Nestle has revived the classic Rolo strapline, 'Do you love anyone enough to give them your last Rolo?' for a series of online films, as the brand seeks to target a "whole new generation" of consumers.
Ballantine's brand extension into pickled eggs is just one of several fibs told in a fake history of the whisky label, in a 120-second YouTube spot for the Pernod Ricard brand.
Publicis Groupe's ZenithOptimedia's estimated £200 million European media business for O2, including the £50 million account in the UK, has been snatched away from them, following an intervention from Havas Media stakeholder and Vivendi chairman, Vin...
Ars Technica, the US technology news site owned by Condé Nast, is to launch in the UK next spring.
The BBC has created an online 'Doctor Who' game called 'The Doctor and the Dalek' to encourage children to get into coding.
Quantum technologies, biotech and hackers: ISBA's director of media and advertising, Bob Wootton, gives his key takeouts from last week's Wired conference.
Ikea has launched the latest instalment in its 'Wonderful Everyday' advertising campaign, which includes a deal with ITV that synchronises mobile content with TV ads.
Price comparison sites Comparethemarket, uSwitch, Confused.com, GoCompare and Moneysupermarket are hiding the best energy deals from consumers, according to consumer group The Big Deal.
The Breast Cancer Campaign "wear it pink" fundraising initiative has crowd-sourced four videos to run across cinema, digital, social media and out-of-home channels.
Vice News, the digital news channel by Vice Media, is set to expand into seven further global markets over the next six months.
AOL UK has unveiled plans for two Original online video series featuring Richard Bacon, Tess Daly and Rochelle Humes.
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by Patrick Hourihan, 21/10/2014
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