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Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg calls for more ads that celebrate women

NEW YORK - Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's chief operating officer and the author of 'Lean In', led an Advertising Week panel that explored gender roles in global campaigns.

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Sainsbury's suffered embarrassment this morning after a staff member accidentally put a poster in the window encouraging customers to spend 50p more - which was intended for staff eyes only.

 

Sky invests $5 million in native ad tech firm

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TNT launches TV campaign to humanise brand

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Matalan defends 'racist' monkey onesie image

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Consumer confidence tumbles from a nine-year high

British consumer confidence has dropped this month, falling from a nine-year high according to research by GfK.

 

Dave Trott: Reading sets you free

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ESPN 'very surprised' by BT's bid for Premier League rights

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Universal to allow native ads from likes of Coke and LG in music videos

Universal Music Group will allow digital brand integrations in select music videos for the first time in a bid to boost revenues through advertising.

 
 

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READING SETS YOU FREE External website

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