Hollinger International executives were due to debate which bids for the Telegraph Group, or the total assets of the holding company, would go through to a second round as Marketing Week went to press. Both Richard Desmond and US newspaper group Gannett have withdrawn from the auction.
Baby and toddler food company Nutricia has appointed former Diageo marketer Alistair Bradley as marketing director. He replaces Will Ghali, who left the company earlier this year. Bradley will be responsible for developing the Cow & Gate and Milupa brands. His appointment comes as Nutricia’s parent company, Amsterdam-based Royal Numico, prepares to carry out a […]
Marks & Spencer’s marketing department could to be hit by more than 30 redundancies as the troubled retailer is expected to scale back on head office staff when it moves offices later this year.
Sara Weller may not be one of marketing’s most flamboyant characters, but she is known to be one of its most talented. As she prepares to take on her next challenge as Argos managing director, Amanda Wilkinson looks beyond the cool exterior th
As travellers look to upgrade their holidays in search of post-Covid travel experiences, TUI is on a mission to broaden its offer beyond the package holiday.
Mochi ice cream brand Little Moons may have taken its marketing strategy to the next level since it went viral on TikTok earlier this year, but that does not mean the business is “walking away from digital”.
Sir John Hegarty, Jan Gooding and Reach’s Andrew Tenzer have made their cases for the marketing buzzwords, theories and jargon that must be banished from marketing.
P&G spent $130m (£94m) on marketing over the first quarter of its financial year, while also reporting a 5% boost in net sales to $20.3bn (£14.6bn).