The makers of multi-million dollar mobile game Candy Crush Saga has responded to criticism over its approach to intellectual property after it recently trademarked the word ‘candy’ and pursued other publishers for infringement.
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Daily Telegraph sacks editor Tony Gallagher in shock move designed to 'move beyond putting news online'
Tuesday 21 January 2014
The Daily Telegraph has sacked its editor, Tony Gallagher, and declared it will “reinvent the way we work” and move beyond news publishing.
Monday 20 January 2014
As the old boundaries between journalism and PR continue to shift with the development of the internet, some news organisations are finding innovative ways to work with partner organisations and amplify the impact of stories.
Thursday 16 January 2014
Hilary Mantel, twice winner of the Man Booker Prize, who made her name dissecting the 16th-century court intrigues of King Henry VIII’s adviser Thomas Cromwell, is turning her attention to a more modern politician – Lady Thatcher.
Sunday 29 December 2013
Almost a fifth of the women surveyed so far say that their careers have stalled because managers failed to promote them or offer training opportunities
Monday 23 December 2013
Attorneys for Cruise and Bauer Publishing Company made the mutual decision to drop the case
Tuesday 17 December 2013
The Swedish publisher of the late Stieg Larsson’s best-selling Millennium trilogy has hired an author to write a fourth book in the series.
Monday 16 December 2013
Fifa boss Sepp Blatter is never far away from controversy and he has hit the headlines once again after going to court in his native Switzerland to ban the publication of a book of cartoons.
Monday 16 December 2013
Europe’s biggest private-sector weather forecaster, MeteoGroup, owned by PA Group, the owner of the Press Association news wire, is set to change hands for €190 million
You can STILL be jailed for being a republican, government confirms, and it remains illegal to even 'imagine' overthrowing the Queen
Friday 13 December 2013
Government admits it mistakenly included a law that threatens to jail for life anyone who has called for the abolition of the monarchy on a list of recently repealed offences
Thursday 12 December 2013
To his cost, ex-Glencore trader Andrew Kearns has found being hungover a sackable offence, but the liquid lunch shaped many a day in days gone by, says a wistful John Walsh
Sunday 08 December 2013
Writer and philosopher whose work, beginning with ‘The Outsider’, searched for the meaning of man’s existence
Saturday 07 December 2013
Nearly half of teachers who are black or ethnic minority (BME) feel that racial discrimination has stopped them from progressing in their careers, a conference organised by a teacher union has heard.
André Schiffrin: Literary editor whose departure from Random House sparked a protest by more than 200 writers
Wednesday 04 December 2013
André Schiffrin was a literary editor who gave readers Art Spiegelman, Michel Foucault and Studs Terkel before he was forced out of commercial publishing in a defining battle between profits and literature. Schiffrin, who died of pancreatic cancer, sought out authors until his final days, dividing his time between New York and Paris as founding editor and editor at large of the non-profit New Press.
Tuesday 03 December 2013
Changes should be good news for news outlets, driving more interested traffic to their sites
Monday 02 December 2013
George pushed out of the top 10 since the prince was born – while Skyler and Jesse are on the up
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Vladimir Putin is given 'one last chance' to end hostilities in Ukraine
The 'scroungers’ fight back: The welfare claimants battling to alter stereotypes
The truth about conspiracy theories is that some require considering
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