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Some people hate change but, if you're reading this, I suspect you're not one of them.
Mark Frith is making a return to magazines as editor-in-chief of Now, Time Inc's celebrity and style weekly.
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Anna Watkins, managing director of Guardian Labs, will be the co-chair of this year’s Media Week Awards judging.
Pearson has confirmed it is selling the Financial Times Group to Japan's media company Nikkei for £844 million in cash.
DMGT's division for Metro, the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday and MailOnline has appointed WPP's Maxus to handle its media planning and buying in the UK and the US, and to provide strategic advice.
OMD UK has promoted its managing director, Dan Clays, to chief executive.
The number of mergers and acquisitions in the global marketing communications space increased by 13 per cent last quarter, led by 12 deals involving WPP.
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Shortlist Media has promoted Chris Healy to the role of group commercial director.
Manning Gottlieb OMD has promoted Tim Pearson, an executive director, to managing director as part of a group restructure.
The ambitious editor has successfully led the Sunday newspaper to industry acclaim with its agenda-setting and divisive journalism. Geordie Greig talks to Arif Durrani.
Royal London Group has appointed Mediavest to handle its media planning and buying duties, previously handled by VCCP Media.
DMG Media has appointed MailOnline's Mel Scott as its first chief revenue officer of Mail Brands, a newly consolidated commercial operation that unites sales at the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday with MailOnline.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), the multinational pharmaceutical company, is reviewing its estimated £1 billion global media business, pitting UK incumbent MediaCom against its US lead agency PHD.
Thetrainline.com, the online train tickets retailer, has appointed the7Stars to handle its £5 million media business, previously handled by Vizeum.