Credits roll for Crozier’s ITV transformation

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Ex-Royal Mail chief oversees revival of UK broadcaster

Comcast foes hail open internet victory

TWC deal failure seen as sign of broadband users’ growing clout

Comcast abandons $45bn TWC deal

FCC intervention could set stage for new round of media mergers

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Pearson confirms chairman’s departure

Company sticks to guidance for its highest profits since 2012

Amazon tops forecasts with 15% sales rise

Growth at Amazon Web Services compensates for strong dollar

Deutsche’s belated fine shows it may not pay to come too quietly

Conclusion is fines may be a worthwhile price to pay to postpone punishment for original offence

James Murdoch primed for top Fox role

Speculation that ‘trusted adviser’ Chase Carey is set to retire

Comcast: the day after tomorrow

The media group looks set to abandon a deal under which the ground had already shifted

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Matomy Media issues profit warning

Ad group blames decrease in amount of content available to buy

WPP boosts sales despite cautious clients

Advertising group’s revenues suggest it is outpacing rivals

Watchdog targets $45bn Comcast-TWC deal

Call for administrative hearing seen as ‘certain death’ for merger

Mobile advertising spend in US jumps 76%

Platform overtakes display ads as Americans switch to smartphones

Sky: content, for now

Return to earth means giving up advantages

Omnicom warns on strong US dollar

Advertising group reports first quarterly drop in revenue for four years

How beliefs became political truths

The concept of ‘truthiness’ evolved in the George W Bush era

Macron chooses realism over romance

French economy minister signals pragmatic approach to takeovers

Publicis first quarter beats expectations

Ad group profits from Sapient acquisition and weak euro

Sky reports accelerating customer growth

Shares jump on back of new subscriber numbers

UK advertising market grows at fastest pace for four years

Online makes most progress as print continues to suffer

Audioboom sets new subscriber record

Best ever month follows content deal with comedian Russell Brand

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