Advertising revenue remained a trouble spot for The New York Times, falling about 7 per cent, to $140 million. Print advertising revenue dropped 9 per cent, and digital advertising revenue fell about 1 per cent, to $42 million, a figure that represents about a third of the company’s total ad revenue. (Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

(...) continued to grapple with how to offset falling revenue in print advertising. Digital subscriptions remained(...)

Before his death on April 12th, Wei Zexi accused Baidu of promoting false medical information online.

(...) advertising in claiming a high success rate for the treatment. After radiation and chemotherapy didn’t work(...)

The remains of the toilets at College Green with Bank of Ireland in the background. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

(...) provided by advertising company JC Decaux as part of the deal for the Dublin bike-rental scheme. However(...)

Cruz control: Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz on a campaign stopover in Osceola, Indiana. Photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

(...) barnstorming, his advertising, his announcement of a running mate, this is an all-or-nothing proposition for(...)

SoundCloud said the subscription and advertising income would give musicians and other producers of content “the opportunity to be paid for the work that they share”. Photograph: SoundCloud

(...)-headquartered company, which has 175 million monthly listeners, is also introducing advertising to its existing free(...)

Owen O’Connell: rightly  lauded as one of the very top lawyers in Ireland

(...) his father, Don, who led the well-known Doherty’s Advertising for many years. He was a superb(...)

 An egg is thrown at a cardboard cutout of republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a protest outside the Hyatt Regency Hotel where Mr  Trump was speaking in  California on Friday. Photograph:  Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images

(...) $2 billion in free advertising to Donald Trump,” Mr Cruz said. Americans will elect a successor to(...)

The Heart of Everything by Henrietta McKervey is a taut and compelling account of the nature of family relationships and the uneasy grasp of the past over the present

Belfast and brought up in Dublin. She is a fiction writer and design & advertising copywriter. Her(...)

It goes without saying that all this poking at mobile phones is a relatively new phenomenon

(...) litter is one. The Irish Times letters page is conspicuously free of people advertising their right to(...)

 Rercy Flood at home in  Sandymount, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Flood also likes to keep an open mind on what constitutes art. “I trawl through old advertising imagery(...)