The planned expansion of the Dublin bikes scheme is on hold until further funding can be secured, according to Dublin City Council.

(...) the subscription base and generating more revenue through advertising. The last expansion of the(...)

(...) out to various pockets in the gardens. Home to the late advertising executive Frank O’Hare of The(...)

Viacom chief executive  Philippe Dauman: “Our outlook and the facts have been distorted and obscured by the naysayers, self-interested critics and publicity seekers.”  Photograph:  Monica Almeida/The New York Times

(...) at $35.51 in afternoon trading. Lower advertising sales For the first quarter of its fiscal 2016(...)

Viacom’s company’s headquarters in the Times Square area of New York. Photograph: John Taggart/Bloomberg

(...)-than-expected drop in quarterly revenue, hurt by lower income from advertising in the United States and a lack of hit(...)

The Good Wife: a stylish period drama about now

(...)st-century Chicago what Mad Men does for the advertising firms of 1960s New York. Furthermore, the(...)

Election posters outside Government Buildings in Dublin as the 2016 general election campaign gets underway. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

(...) election material such as “posters, leaflets, mail drops to houses around the constituency, and advertising(...)

Meg Whitman: Her advice in Davos was “you can always go faster than you think you can”

(...) in ensuring that the company’s advertising message reaches the right audience. Assuming the decision(...)

The judges: (L-R) Elaine O’Hora, Johnny Ryan, Jill Downey, Sarah Leahy, Vivienne McKechnie, John Irwin, Gary Quinn (facilitator), Fiona Mahon. Photograph: Conor Mulhern

(...) worth €200,000 that includes a €20,000 cash injection, substantial advertising and marketing packages(...)

Super Bowl 50: advertisers drop nearly $5m for 30 seconds of airtime 3:22

Celebrity, comedy, cars and cute animals continue to dominate Super Bowl advertising in 2016(...)

Simteractive founder and chief executive  Elaine Reynolds thinks the “very active, very supportive” game development scene in Ireland is growing fast.

(...), and one of the areas publishers assist with is the marketing and advertising side – to make sure a(...)