(...) “evaluate the effects of advertising” (“The good, the bad and the scurrilous ads”, Opinion & Analysis(...)

The Electricite de France nuclear power station in Dampierre-en-Burly, France. The French power utility is the world’s biggest operator of nuclear power plants. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/ Reuters
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(...) ridiculousness of discrimination.2. Boys & Girls: Visitors to the Irish advertising agency’s website were met(...)

 A Romanian man is interviewed by Immigration Enforcement officers after a raid on a residential property looking for illegal immigrants in Southall, England. Photograph: Laura Lean/Getty Images

(...) working illegally can be prosecuted and their earnings seized.Employers will be barred from advertising(...)

Good karma: Don Draper (Jon Hamm) finally gets real in the finale of Mad Men

(...) advertising, we’re being given what someone thinks we want to see. You wonder if we’re being sold a dream. You(...)

Daily Mail and General Trust , the publisher of the Mail Online website, said its full-year earnings per share would come in ahead of market expectations due to a reduced tax charge.

(...) digital advertising revenues only partially offset the decline in print advertising and circulation(...)

Smart Flies Aer Lingus still: the ad is Aer Lingus’s biggest brand repositioning for many years

Aer Lingus music”, says Rutter.It will be used across its advertising and will eventually be a feature(...)

‘Wildly exaggerated fear tactics’: A poster advocating a No vote in the marriage referendum. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

(...) advertising based exclusively on fear and a complete disregard for truth.They’re usually, though not always(...)

The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has joined up with GetThere.ie to create #votermotor to help all registered voters get home to vote this Friday. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

ForEquality campaign, while Uber is advertising free trips from 7am-10pm. Meanwhile, Irish nationals living abroad(...)

David Cameron: “A strong country isn’t one that pulls up the drawbridge . . . it is one that controls immigration”. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

(...) will be banned from offering jobs to workers abroad without advertising the posts in the UK, while a(...)

When the racist search term was entered into Google Maps, the result was the White House; Google had not yet fixed the problem at the time of writing. Photograph: Google Maps

(...) suggested racist queries after simply typing “why”, while its advertising system was shown to be 25% more(...)