• Meghan Says She Was 'Naive' Not To Heed Warnings On UK Tabloids
    The Duchess of Sussex has told ITV News that she feels "naive" not to have listened to friends who warned that British tabloids would "destroy your life" after she decided to marry Prince Harry.
  • Russian Hackers Hid The Tracks By Pretending To Be Iranian
    Russian hackers got into Iranian servers to make their attacks on organisations in 35 countries to hide the true origin of their crimes in 35 countries, "The Telegraph" reports.
  • Lucozade Hands Creative To A&E/DDB
    Lucozade has awarded its creative account to A&E/DDB, "Campaign" reveals. The Omnicom agency takes over from Grey London, which withdrew from the pitch process over the summer.
  • Gun Confiscated From Neighbour Angry At Bebo Founder's Building Work
    Police have confiscated a shotgun from an angry resident who threatened to shoot the electric supply going to to properties owned by Michael Birch, founder of Bebo. According to "The Telegraph," the neighbour made threats over his frustration over the noise of renovation work being carried out by the multi-millionaire tech founder.
  • Group Of Three Local Welsh Newspapers To Close
    Three local Welsh newspaper are facing liquidation today, just a few weeks after "Press Gazette" reveals they were offered financing to keep them open. The funds did not materialise and now the Pembrokeshire Herald, Camarthenshire Herald and Llanelli Herald are set to close.
  • Death And Tattoos Thrive On The High Street As Books And PCs Struggle
    Independent stores are doing well on the high street, while the big names struggle, according a report from Which?, the consumer organisation. "Sky News" reveals that funeral directors, tattoo parlours and hair salons are thriving while book and computer retailers are the hardest hit.
  • Snapchat Rolls Out Dynamic Ads For Retailers
    "The Drum" reports Snapchat is rolling out a new ad offering that will allow retailers react to events and create real-time ads based on their product portfolio.
  • 'The Guardian' To Launch App For Subscribers
    "The Guardian" is launching an app for subscribers, which offers a curated version of the paper which is not updated throughout the day but can be downloaded and read offline. "Press Gazette" reveals that it is the first major extra feature the paper has offered subscribers.
  • Church Attendees Down But Praying By App Hits A Record High
    Although figures from the Church of England show attendance on a Sunday morning is down, its latest statistics also show that a record audience of more than 5m people have accessed its prayer app, spending an average of eight minutes per visit, "The Telegraph" reveals.
  • Starcom Picks Up Ferrero Rocher UK Media Account
    Starcom has picked up Ferrero Rocher's UK media account after PHD stood down due to what "Campaign" is referring to as "contractual reasons."
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