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Paper and packaging group Smurfit Kappa, due to update the market next week, was a key performer, adding 3.2 per cent to €27.30.

European shares finished higher in the final session of the week as some strong earnings helped overturn slippage from earlier in the session, althoug(...)

WPP is rolling out its most successful technologies across the whole group to help clients.

The world’s biggest advertising company WPP suffered a sharp drop in first-quarter underlying sales in North America as the loss of work from clients (...)

The global economy is facing a ‘delicate moment’, the International Monetary Fund warned on Tuesday. Photograph: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty

Fresh tariff rhetoric from US president Donald Trump affected global stocks on Tuesday with Europe’s benchmark Stoxx 600 index down 0.3 per cent. Add(...)

Traders   at  New York Stock Exchange.  Wall Street’s main indexes climbed on Friday as strong economic data from China fed into optimism around trade, but muted US economic data kept a lid on gains. Photograph: Reuters

European shares rose to five-month highs on Friday, starting March on a strong footing, as a fresh batch of corporate updates fuelled risk appetite ev(...)

WPP plans to shed under-performing parts of the business and make itself leaner. Photograph:WPP

Advertising giant WPP has reported a hefty drop in annual profit and warned that challenging conditions will persist into the first half of 2019. The(...)

Ms Marsh has also served as a committee member of the UK’s Commercial Broadcasters Association

Independent News and Media has appointed a former executive vice-president of Sony Pictures Television as an independent non-executive director. Kat(...)

Out-of-home advertising will be one of the few traditional media markets to grow in 2019, GroupM predicts.

Advertising buyers in GroupM expect the Irish ad market to grow less than 1 per cent next year, as the shadow of Brexit and its uncertain toll on mark(...)

Shares recovered from the latest Brexit shock on Tuesday, aided by hopes that the US and China could strike a deal, avoiding a trade war

Shares recovered from the latest Brexit shock on Tuesday, aided by hopes that the United States and China could strike a deal, avoiding a trade war. (...)

WPP chief  Mark Read. Photograph:  Toby Melville/File Photo/Reuters

WPP will invest to hire new creative staff and reduce costs by cutting offices and jobs under a plan by new boss Mark Read to steer the world’s bigges(...)

An image from the National Lottery’s 2014 ad  ‘The Guru’ by creative agency DDFH&B, which lost the account to rival Rothco in 2017.

Dublin advertising company DDFH&B slipped into a loss in 2017, its last financial year before a merger of its creative agency with sister company (...)

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