Heads, we lose, in Denis Cassidy picture mix-up

A grovelling apology is due to Anthony Rammelt, former managing director of hair and beauty company Regis Europe, and to Denis Cassidy, who once headed Liberty.

On last week’s cover, bearing the line “Retail victims ­ why they had to go”, Rammelt’s picture was accidentally substituted for that of Cassidy. Oops.

For the record, Marketing Week would like to point out that the real Cassidy bears only a passing resemblance to Rammelt. Profound apologies for any inconvenience or embarrassment that this may have caused either party.

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