The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, is considering suing the "Mail on Sunday" for printing excerpts of a letter she wrote to her father, following his absence from last year's royal wedding, "The Guardian" reveals.
Amazon will create 1,000 new roles through the launch of a new UK apprenticeship scheme, The Telegraph reveals. Nine schemes are to be set up in Edinburgh, London and Cambridge.
"Campaign" reveals that Harry's, the men's grooming brand, has launched an ad featuring England football star Harry Kane to reveal the things he is not afraid of, ending with the strapline "every man is different."
The internet plays a role in a quarter of teenage suicides. "The Telegraph" writes that the author of the government-commissioned report believes the internet giants show "little concern."
Lucky Generals has announced the leadership team for its New York office opening next month, its first office outside the UK. "Campaign" reveals that Augusto Sola has been named creative partner, Jess Roubadeaux is strategy partner and James Fox will be managing partner.
Research from digital wallet company Neteller suggests the most popular setting where people shop online is while watching television, followed by In bed and at work, according to Netimperative.
"Campaign" understands that McCann London could be looking for a new Chief Executive shortly, as Alex Lubar is expected to be promoted and returning home to the US.
"Marketing Week" has the inside story on how Unilever is looking to recruit new marketers in a bid to improve its real-time marketing capabilities.
The Mastercard Digital Payments Survey for 2019 shows that more than a quarter of social conversations around payments are now devoted to mobile payments with mentions of mobile wallets doubling since 2017, according to Netimperative.
London's black cab drivers have lost an appeal to revoke Uber's licence to operate in the capital, "Sky News" reports. The new licence was granted after Uber admitted wrongdoing that led to its initial licence being withdrawn.