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WPP secured net new business of $1.8 billion in the first quarter, compared with the $1 billion in Q1 last year

Britain’s WPP, the world’s biggest advertising company, reported first-quarter like-for-like net sales growth in line with forecasts and ahead of last(...)

L’Oreal rose 5.5 per cent as it pledged to outperform the market in 2016 and confirmed its ambition to achieve another year of sales and profit growth after first-quarter sales rose more than expected.  (Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters)

European equities climbed to a three-month high on Tuesday, with a rally in commodities-related stocks and encouraging updates from companies such as(...)

A young boy takes a swimming lesson in an image from Permanent TSB’s new television advertisement.

Permanent TSB is adopting new brand positioning for the “determined and optimistic” customer on Easter Monday, which will see the bank launch a new 90(...)

Zenith said it expected internet advertising to grow at more than three times the rest of the industry in 2016

Businesses around the world are set to spend more on internet advertising than on television commercials for the first time in 2017, forecaster Zenith(...)

Awareness-raising ad for the charity TABS, created for the advertising industry’s benevolent society by the agency Publicis.

“Anyone in advertising can fall on hard times,” the copy reads, below the image of a forlorn gorilla. You don’t have to work in advertising to be rem(...)

Dublin heavyweight CRH was down 2.3% on the day

Global equities slipped yesterday, hit by weakness in the commodity sector, as concerns over the Chinese economy resurfaced after it allowed the yuan (...)

Ian McCabe and Louise Moloney Ian, account director at Publicis, met Louise, who works in finance at LinkedIn, in 2001 on a bus to Carlow for a colle(...)

European shares fell on Friday as weak commodity prices put pressure on markets before a widely expected rise in US interest rates next week.

European shares fell on Friday as weak commodity prices put pressure on markets before a widely expected rise in US interest rates next week. The pan(...)

Skellig Michael, which features in the imminent “Star Wars: the Force Awakens”. Photograph:  Don MacMonagle

The 1916 Easter Rising commemorations and Star Wars both loom large in the tourism marketing calendar in the months ahead. But which will draw more vi(...)

 Paris after the attacks. Unlike January’s Charlie Hebdo attacks, which mostly targeted the journalists at the satirical newspaper, Friday’s assaults felt entirely random, indiscriminately killing Parisians and visitors at cafes, restaurants and a concert hall. (Photograph: Adrien Morlent/AFP/Getty Images)

Corporate events planned for Paris are going dark as Europe’s worst terror attack in a decade spurs foreign companies to scrap visits because of conc(...)

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