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#WorkthatWorks campaign urges industry to tackle 'motherhood penalty'

#WorkthatWorks campaign urges industry to tackle 'motherhood penalty'

A lack of flexible working costs the economy up to £62.5bn in wasted talent by failing to facilitate the return...

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Nigel Clarkson: Yahoo UK's 'force of nature'
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YouTube tells ad industry it generates nearly double searches per impression than TV
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Google and Salesforce in takeover talks with Twitter
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Yahoo confirms 500 million user accounts were hacked
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Spark 2016: Younger audiences read more mags than the population at large
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Jon Ronson: Twitter 'doesn't give a shit' about what happens on its platform
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International Meownetary Fund: Tube cat posters are going global
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Bauer Media posts second highest turnover despite fall in advertising
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Wins this week: The Guardian, Coty, Honda
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BT seeks to take full control of TV platform YouView
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Campaign Viral Chart: Audi's depressed T-Rex is most shared ad of the week
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Three and Mindshare win Grand Prix at Digital Cinema Media Awards
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JP Morgan halted adspend amid media transparency report
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Newspapers warn government over Google and Facebook taking digital adspend
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Facebook has been miscalculating video viewing time
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Meditation is Adam Graham's secret work weapon

Meditation is Adam Graham's secret work weapon

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An ad-funded model that's worth fighting for
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Joint ad sales can help newspapers survive digital storm
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Conform and live with a lifetime of regret
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Snapchat might be the new kid on the block but it's not all about video

Snapchat might be the new kid on the block but it's ...

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Planning media - what a kerfuffle

Planning media - what a kerfuffle

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Yes, you can teach someone how to be a YouTuber
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Could a return to full-service behaviour improve collaboration?
Brands that forge an emotional tie are best protected from copycats
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1 Brands that forge an emotional tie are best protected from copycats

Forging an emotional tie with consumers is one of the strongest ways to protect your brand. Products can be copycatted, but the distinctive identity of a true brand can never be replicated argues Nir Wegrzyn, CEO of BrandOpus.

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