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Negative publicity is a reminder of the risks of schemes concocted with little thought of possible liabilities
Top brands’ promise to halve greenhouse gases by 2030 undermined by wider shortfall
Like us, our politicians construct a falsely authentic version of themselves to attract support
In her regular column, a London-based founder finds that working with social media stars is a mixed experience
Drugmakers prepare for intense marketing competition to provide annual Covid jab
Games demonstrate why Japanese companies must ditch traditional ‘silent’ approach on social issues
Hackers are using corporate tools, from ‘ethical’ codes to legalese, to attack companies themselves
Abrdn’s renaming is another blow to clarity and comprehension
New name and logo have so far been met with equal parts bafflement and amusement — but that may change
Green energy supplier takes top spot and London remains the city with the most high-growth businesses
Company has pulled back from costly deals with teams, schools and athletes that have promoted its brand
Many companies buy a purpose off the shelf to satisfy do-gooders before going back to making money
Brazilian dairy farm yields three times more per hectare than the New Zealand average
Energy drinks are an increasingly crowded space but this looks like a well-timed tie-up
‘Cookie apocalypse’ forces profound changes in online advertising. Plus: tech consultancies challenge global ad agencies on their own turf; marketers defend role of ‘human touch’ against march of AI; Burger King’s ‘chicken sandwich war’ marks revamp of CMO role
A bigger public concern than data privacy is excessive and irrelevant advertising
What you say on twitter could end up used by brands to influence what people buy
Customers are now often better informed about products than retailers’ own staff
The resilience of email has fuelled an industry of enewsletters — but popularity breeds imitation
Stars of the genre revere watches as symbols of wealth – but what does this mean for brands?
Danish jeweller is updating stores and doubling down on trinkets in effort to revive its fortunes
The biggest brand launch since the Pink Lady is changing the nature of the fruit
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And is not actually, in any meaningful way, blockchain-based.
But they can come up with excellent green-flavoured marketing strategies.