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Oxfam doesn’t like the fact that Kellogg and General Mills are so keen to shout out to analysts and investors just how good their profits are.
Put showrooming on the backburner – close to 90% of shoppers are now webrooming (better known as researching products online before buying them in-store).
Anyone who’s anyone in any kind of media is looking to fund original content.
Close to half of Britons believe that austerity is having a negative effect on the nation’s health, and a similar proportion think there will be long-term implications, according to JWT’s latest Austerity Index.
Nokia’s strength use to lie in producing high-quality, low-cost devices and the brand does remain pretty strong in many emerging markets where there’s a great opportunity for cheaper smartphones.
Global has launched Digital Audio Exchange (dax) providing programmatic advertising inventory from a raft of UK radio stations and streaming platforms, including the likes of Capital, Heart, Absolute Radio, Spotify, Blinkbox and Mixcloud.
Around half of UK 16-24s like or love Snapchat, with sentiment more positive among women - 24% of females say they love the app, compared to just 16% of males.
Programmatic advertising has yet to persuade brands, with only a little over one-third of UK advertisers having a positive perception of real-time advertising.
In case you missed it, The Internet of Things is gaining momentum and by 2018 there will be nearly as many machine-to-machine (M2M) connections as there are people on earth.
The Richard Avedon Foundation has rolled out a free iPad app featuring over 1,000 Avedon images from the photographer’s 60-year career.