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BT chief executive Gavin Patterson has accused Labour of being too “negative” about the benefits of advertising for business.

Smartphones tipped to dominate UK by 2015

The boom in smartphones shows no sign of abating as forecasters said today that three quarters of the UK would own one by 2015.

Adverts target 'misery' of unlocked pensions

Regulators are to unveil measures this week to help combat the menace of pension unlocking.

Online poker boom is a winning hand for 888

The boom in poker and other gambling games shows no sign of letting up, at least for 888, one of the most popular online gaming groups.

Danny Rogers on PR and advertising: Malign force could save the economy

Advertising is often seen as a malign force. It can interrupt your favourite TV show. It tries to sell you stuff you can't afford. It has created a strange species of men in large glasses, driving flash cars.

John Lewis: A snowman travels to the big city to buy a scarf, hat and gloves for his snowwoman amour. Naturally includes a winsome cover version: newbie Gabrielle Aplin singing Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s “The Power of Love”.

Letter from the Editor: Advertising just needs to learn how to sell itself better

The editor of The Independent on why advertising isn't a luxury to be discarded when times are tough.

Moore loses its first star since Coffey exit

Moore Capital Management, one of the world's most famous hedge funds, has suffered its first key London departure since the retirement of star financier Greg Coffey last year.

Danny Rogers on PR: Pay day for other golden Olympic stars

Still glowing from their plaudits and New Year's honours, the marketing and communications executives behind the London 2012 Olympics are starting to find new jobs.

Veteran political blogger Andrew Sullivan leaves Daily Beast to relaunch blog as subscription-based and ad free

Andrew Sullivan, the veteran political blogger is leaving the Daily Beast in order relaunch his blog as an independent subscription-based site.

Now Microsoft comes under the tax spotlight

Microsoft has become the latest multinational firm to be accused of avoiding millions of pounds of corporation tax by channelling its revenues abroad.

Forecasts spark SDL warning

The translation software specialist SDL was forced to issue a profits warning yesterday after downgrading its forecasts for the year.

The industry, centred around London’s Silicon Roundabout, is rocked by the row over the firm founded by Mike Lynch

The Autonomy saga: Clouds over Britain's tech stars

Fraud claims at success story Autonomy raise questions over the sector

Standard Life to axe 139 jobs

Standard Life has announced plans to cut almost 140 jobs as the firm goes through a restructuring process.

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Aha, the Wizard of Oz. How did he get that name?

Temps are the order of the day in face of recession

Banks, lawyers and accountants are increasingly relying on temporary staff as jobs for the major professions continue to decline.

Dishonored add-on packs announced

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