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EDITORIAL: Corporates must catch up

The recent survey of FTSE 100 companies' corporate home pages examined in this week's news analysis (p15) makes fascinating reading. A staggering 25 per cent of the companies give no indication of what they do on their home pages, half of them don't give their share price or make it very...

Catch up - McDonald's franchises online.

McDonald's franchises in Minnesota(www.McMinnesota.com) and Wisconsin (www.McWisconsin.com) have created promotional web sites including information about special offers, new menu items, local scholarship programs and upcoming McDonald's events.

ITV's Catch Up rebranded ITV Player

LONDON - ITV has renamed its video-on-demand offering, Catch Up, as ITV Player.

Media brief: ITV rebrands Catch Up service

ITV has rebranded its Catch Up VoD service as ITV Player. The rebrand will be promoted through an

Catch up - EU slams AOL merger

The European Union Commission fears a merged AOL and Time Warner would dominate the European internet access market. With 27 million customers, AOL is the world s biggest ISP. The EU is concerned that as the network attracts further customers it will create a walled-garden effect. This, according to...

Catch up - McDonald's franchises online

McDonald s franchises in Minnesota(www.McMinnesota.com) and Wisconsin (www.McWisconsin.com) have created promotional web sites including information about special offers, new menu items, local scholarship programs and upcoming McDonald s events.

Catch up - The Source opens a portal

Hip-hop brand The Source has launched a portal (www.thesource.com) featuring music, fashion, daily news, sports, politics and shopping.

Catch up - Females stronger sex online

Women are the dominant sex online, outnumbering male users in the US for the first time. According to Media Metrix and Jupiter Communications, the number of women online in 1999-2000 increased by 34.9 percent. Overall growth in users was 22.4 percent.

Catch up - Females stronger sex online.

Women are the dominant sex online, outnumbering male users in the US for the first time. According to Media Metrix and Jupiter Communications, the number of women online in 1999-2000 increased by 34.9 percent. Overall growth in users was 22.4 percent.

What Facebook needs to do to catch up with Twitter

Matt Redman, the social strategy director at Wunderman, explains how Facebook can catch up with

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