Reuters has revealed that underlying group turnover, including that from online share dealing service Instinet, is down 13 per cent to 798m for the first quarter of 2003, compared to 912m in 2002.
The Financial Services Forum has appointed Richard Samarasinghe as sales and marketing director. He joins from Abbey National where he was head of convenience retailing.
Bartle Bogle Hegarty has created a £5m radio and outdoor campaign for Ginsters with the strapline ‘Real honest food’. Starcom Motive is handling media planning and buying.
Online recruitment is finding favour among both employers and jobseekers, and site providers are introducing new features to consolidate their growth It is a widely accepted fact that the dot-com bubble which saw such impressive growth in the online market in the period to 2000 has well and truly burst. Since then, numerous internet and […]
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