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Competition regulator throws doubt on Sainsbury's-Asda merger

Competition regulator throws doubt on Sainsbury's-Asda merger

The deal could be blocked by the authority.

Marketers becoming more sophisticated in dealing with influencers

Marketers becoming more sophisticated in dealing with influencers

Survey finds lower willingness to pay high fees.

John Lewis explores interactive window displays in next stage of JLab

John Lewis explores interactive window displays in next stage of JLab

Retailer has selected six businesses for latest round of retail innovation programme, now in its sixth year.

M&S calls ad pitch for clothing and home

M&S calls ad pitch for clothing and home

Retailer is dividing advertising business into two...

Ikea giant bath toy sets sail to clear rubbish from waterways

Ikea giant bath toy sets sail to clear rubbish from waterways

Stunt marks opening of Greenwich store.

What it's like to work on John Lewis's biggest ad of the year

What it's like to work on John Lewis's biggest ad of the year

The creative team behind the most anticipated TV ad of the year explain how they went about it

Product of the Year: a nod to the conscious consumer

Product of the Year: a nod to the conscious consumer

In 2019's Product of the Year Awards, celebrating the year's most innovative products, the most sought-after are environmentally sustainable products

ITV signs up Dunelm to sponsor This Morning

ITV signs up Dunelm to sponsor This Morning

Homeware retailer will team up with mid-morning show from 1 March.

Boots hires Aldi's Adam Zavalis as director of brand and communications

Boots hires Aldi's Adam Zavalis as director of brand and communications

Zavalis has held role at supermarket since 2013.

Turkey of the Week: Boden's ads reveal complacency about gender stereotyping

Turkey of the Week: Boden's ads reveal complacency about gender stereotyping

Retailer's lazy reliance on stereotypes is no laughing matter.