Pearson, the publishing and education company, has reported a six per cent fall in pre-tax profits to £386m. Its Penguin division suffered distribution problems but the Financial Times narrowed its losses to £9m and is predicted to break even this year.
All marketers are desperate to claim emotional benefits for their brand, thinking these influence purchase, which leaves a wide-open opportunity for brands brave enough to go back to rational messages.
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Employees are increasingly taking a public stand against companies fostering discriminatory or toxic cultures, with Activision Blizzard joining BrewDog in the firing line.
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