"I don't think in six months' time anyone will remember anything. They may remember 'Are you thinking what we're thinking?' but as a parody. It might mark the demise of a general use of political ads." - Lord Bell, famously Mrs Thatcher's favourite ad man, criticises the Tories' general election campaign for failing to produce a single memorable ad in what proved to be a lacklustre campaign all round.
"It didn't work. It was an experimental launch." - David Goodchild, the UK managing director of H Bauer, explains the decision to close its weekly lads' mag Cut.
"I get letters. There are lots and lots of people that I irritate. To all those people I'm dreadfully sorry." - The footballer-turned-crisp salesman Gary Lineker concedes that his whiny East Midlands monotone grates.