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25 July 2014
Wawona Packing recalled peaches, nectarines, plums, and pluots over concerns of potential listeria contamination.
French believe there are no survivors in Air Algerie crash; Amazon reports surprising quarterly loss; Zillow looks to buy Trulia; Google honors more than half of European 'right to be forgotten' requests; GM dealers don't mind recalls; Talks over VA reform bill break down.
- News Analysis
In our latest 'Bums on Seats' video offering advice from the UK's leading marketers, we look at how the perception of marketing has changed from a "fluffy" job that handles creative to a discipline holding real value in the boardroom.
- News Analysis
Lego's reaction to Greenpeace's PR attack on its partnership with oil company Shell provides a case study of how a company should, or should not, react when it is targeted as a corollary in a protest campaign.
- Works Article
Always' "Like A Girl" ad by Leo Burnett tops the Campaign Viral Chart for the second time in three weeks.
The Gaza conflict, now into its third week, has had one distinguishing feature in the eight days.
The PRCA has rejected an offer of a meeting with the Copyright Licensing Agency because it falls short of the terms it called for.
The key skills for a successful comms career are often best honed during adversity, says Louise Evans, global comms director at Dentsu Aegis Network.
Brand needs to start sharing their tacit knowledge with information-weary consumers, writes James Brown, strategist at digital agency Zone.
Labour peer Paul Drayson has shifted work for his personal public relations and expanding wireless wireless power transfer business to Bell Pottinger.
Tim Leake, the former global creative innovation director at technology education company Hyper Island and the SVP of growth and innovation at California-based RPA, argues that agencies need to be "more creative" about creativity.
WCRS has appointed Dino Burbidge to the newly-created role of director of technology and innovation.
Tesco announced this week that its CEO Phillip Clarke is to be replaced by Unilever's head of personal care, Dave Lewis.
Banking and financial services company Standard Chartered has hit back at a report in the Financial Times (FT), claiming the views of its investors were misrepresented.
McDonald's UK is tonight launching the first ad in its 'Here's to What Matters' campaign, focusing on its charity work.
For consumers exasperated with keying in passwords each time they want to access their smartphone, help is at hand: Motorola has invented something that looks like a nicotine patch, which it calls a tattoo, and which can unlock a phone with the flick of a wrist.
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