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Chain reduces prices in stores at risk from nearby competition
It's far better for an ad to be loathed than sink without a trace
The online advert shows a battered white woman on crutches being urged to identify a suspect from a line-up of black men and a goat
Knowles says it was hard to let Beyoncé go after managing her for 20 years
The former Destiny's Child star's very own Pepsi challenge involves allowing her face to appear on cans and bottles and an ad campaign timed to coincide with the release of her new album
The mother of drug-addict Eva Rausing, whose body was found under bin bags in July, will be flying to Barbados instead, she tells Sanchez Manning
London has gone too far, says man who brought sponsors to the Games
Spectators who try and enter Olympic venues wearing some types of branded clothing could be turned away, the head of the London Games said today.
The fall from grace, constant allegations and sharp artistic decline that affected Michael Jackson's last two decades until his death in 2009 often overshadow how talented and groundbreaking he was before the self-aggrandising and his ascent to the throne of The King Of Pop. On Off the Wall, Thriller and Bad, the three multimillion-selling albums that defined him as a solo artist, he was superbly seconded by Quincy Jones, the producer extraordinaire. The other person who helped turn Jackson into a superstar was Frank DiLeo, his manager during five glory years between 1984 and 1989, and the closest the singer came to a father figure to banish the memory of his real-life father, Joe Jackson.
American Stan Kroenke, the new Arsenal owner, has seen instant results at all his other clubs
After decades in the shadow of Coca-Cola, Pepsi has slipped to third place in the war of the cola brands, ousted by Diet Coke
The Government's hiring of Alan Milburn as its "social mobility tsar" provides the most seismic event of its kind for a very long time ... possibly as long ago as the appointment of puritan £5m birthday-party man Philip Green as our anti-profligate spending tsar.
Golf star plummets 18 places on list of industry's most valuable 'faces'
It’s not often that you hear one of the world’s biggest brands saying sorry, but Pepsico was forced to apologise last week for an illjudged social media campaign that has kicked up one of the biggest advertising storms of the year and highlighted the perils of social media engagement.
Harry Patch died yesterday aged 111. He was the nation's final living link to the horrors of the Western Front. <b>David Randall</b>, the last journalist to meet Private Patch, reports
McDonald's latest TV ad is set in the sunshiny Seventies, when housewives stayed home and made tea.