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Global Radio to launch national commercial news and politics network

Increased spending on marketing fuels recovery hopes

Hopes that the UK economy might avoid a triple-dip recession have received a boost as a survey showed marketing spend grew at its fastest rate for over a year, despite the tough economy.

Meerkats top most popular adverts of 2012

Those loveable meerkats have beaten Vinny Jones...in the race to the most liked advert of 2012.

Anthony Hilton: Facebook and China - old before they’re rich

Someone said that the challenge for China is that it will grow old before it grows rich. The long-term consequence of the one-child policy is that the proportion of young people in the economy will soon shrink significantly, meaning the country has a far bigger problem supporting its soon-to-be-retired than we do.

Facebook trials scheme charging users $1 to send messages to strangers

The social networking site has introduced the fee in as trial which it insists is only for a "small number of people" and is initially being tested just in the US

Sir Martin Sorrell, centre, whose agency is poised to pull its advertising from the channel which features hit shows such as Homeland, The Simpsons and Peep Show

WPP set to switch off Channel 4 over rates row

The advertising giant has had an almighty bust-up with the broadcaster

Archie Bland: We can't be moaning about the cost if there isn't one

God, it's annoying about Instagram. You pay them that monthly fee and then take all those brilliant photos of pieces of cheese and share them with your friends, and then, yesterday, you get hit with it: they're going to sell your pictures on to advertisers without giving you a penny or asking your permission. The cheek of it is astounding. The worst of it is: you can't escape. Once you're an Instagram user, there is simply no way to protect yourself from this cynical, greedy move by Facebook, a company that used only to be interested in making the world better through social networking.

Tensions between Twitter and Instagram, the photo-enhancing social network site, have increased with a new stand-off

Still irritated by Instagram selling photos to advertisers? Time to move on

There is in fact no such thing as a fundamental human right to awesome retro filters on Instagram. Surprising, I know

CALM down - New American law stops TV advertisers from turning up the volume

The Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation (CALM) Act has come into effect

Channel 4 in ad revenue dust-up with Sorrell’s WPP

Channel 4 is facing the prospect that the world’s biggest advertising group could, from January, pull all its ads in a major test of strength over the cost of TV air-time.

Four Britons convicted over attack on ex-footballer Robert Hughes

Four Britons have been found guilty of an attack on a former footballer who was stabbed with a broken bottle and had his head stamped on while on holiday in Crete.

Publicis warns of halt to spending

The company which owns top London advertising agencies Saatchi & Saatchi and Bartle Bogle Hegarty yesterday warned of an “abrupt halt” in ad spending by clients since September.

Publicis warns of halt to spending

The company which owns top London advertising agencies Saatchi & Saatchi and Bartle Bogle Hegarty yesterday warned of an “abrupt halt” in ad spending by clients since September.

Your new iPhone is secretly tracking you

As the splurge of Apple-related #fml tweets shows, some new owners of an iPhone 5 aren't exactly in love with the device - so news that a feature included in iOS6 tracks users' activity and squirrels the information over to advertisers will be especially unwelcome. Business Insider has details.

Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg maintains that his website is not motivated primarily by money

Facebook accused of tax avoidance on UK income

Facebook was accused last night of "immoral" tax avoidance after a new analysis of the company's UK business suggested that the social networking giant paid just £238,000 in corporation tax in Britain last year.

The company's insistence it has done nothing wrong could not spare its share price, which fell more than 9 nine per cent amid the rumours at the close of trading yesterday.

Revealed: The third largest 'country' in the world - Facebook hits one billion users

Facebook continues staggering growth amid falling share prices and continued concern over profitability

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