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A view from Dave Trott: We believe what's interesting
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A view from Dave Trott: We believe what's interesting

In 1954, Linus Pauling won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Zero-based budgeting: marketing's latest fad
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Zero-based budgeting: marketing's latest fad

Setting a budget can be a crude and unsatisfactory process.

Tech viewpoint on mobile
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Tech viewpoint on mobile

Mobile is everywhere.

On the Campaign couch: How do we get along post-merger?
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On the Campaign couch: How do we get along post-merger?

After being acquired, my agency is moving into an office with our new owner.

Wanted: manbassadors to join the diversity fight
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Wanted: manbassadors to join the diversity fight

Agency bosses, especially those who are men, must also focus on inclusion, equality and well-being, Paul Frampton writes.

Technology giants doing wrong? It makes me mad
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Technology giants doing wrong? It makes me mad

What a palaver. Google executives are grilled by MPs to justify why the world's most valuable company pays a lower percentage of tax than just about anyone in the UK, a few weeks after its £130 million payment - meant to recast them as decent citizens - backfired spectacularly.

Say anything about Twitter but at least it will pay tax
Can we focus on the positives of publishing?
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Can we focus on the positives of publishing?

Agencies and advertisers should support these valuable brands and push for more data from the ABC.

A better way to use data
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A better way to use data

Everybody likes to believe they make good decisions when they trust their gut instinct.

A view from Dave Trott: It's all down to heuristics, guv
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A view from Dave Trott: It's all down to heuristics, guv

My dad had ten brothers and sisters.

Finally, Publicis' restructure is showing some clarity
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Finally, Publicis' restructure is showing some clarity

There were a lot of unanswered questions when Publicis Groupe announced its restructure last autumn.

It's hard to escape that lingering whiff of legislation
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It's hard to escape that lingering whiff of legislation

You can't move for celebrities at advertising conferences now.

Outdoor media sector on edge over Tube decision
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Outdoor media sector on edge over Tube decision

This could be a defining year for outdoor advertising in the UK.

Global viewpoint from Tel Aviv
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Global viewpoint from Tel Aviv

It's apparent that the talent drain is a global problem.

On the Campaign couch: Why should people engage with brands?
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On the Campaign couch: Why should people engage with brands?

Have you noticed the industry belief that people actually want to engage with brands (on Facebook etc) is quickly losing favour?

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