• Digitas Launches Experience Transformation Consultancy
    Digitas UK is launching an experience transformation consulting arm aimed at bridging the disconnect between customer and brands, Campaign writes.
  • Bolt Close To Unicorn Status As It Plans To Build On Uber's Troubles
    Uber's woes are being seen as a green light for taxi-hailing app Bolt, formerly known as Taxify. "Sky News" reveals it is on the verge of securing a new funding round that will give it a billion dollar valuation as it prepares to expand in London.
  • Brits Are Worried By Fake News But Reluctant To Pay For Stories
    Nearly two in three Brits are worried about fake news, YouGov figures show, but only 15% are prepared to pay for fact-checked journalism published by a reputable site, "Press Gazette" reports.
  • UK Tech Growth Slowest Since 2014
    The UK tech industry grew at its slowest rate in four years during Q3 of this year, according to City A.M.
  • ICO Warns Digital Advertising, No More Hiding Behind Opaque Technology
    Today's warning from the ICO in Mediatel that the advertising industry can no longer hide behind opaque technology is well worth a read.
  • Only 5% Of Black Friday 'Bargains' Are Value For Money
    "Sky News" is reporting on the findings of research at the consumer organisation, Which?, that only one in twenty Black Friday "bargains" actually represents a good deal.
  • Reach Sets Record With 40m Unique Viewers In October
    Reach is claiming a UK record by being the first publisher to exceed 40m unique digital readers in a month, "Press Gazette" reports.
  • Labour Outspends Conservatives Promoting Its Manifesto On Facebook
    "The Guardian" has been crunching the numbers to see how the parties are promoting their manifestos. The Conservatives have only spent GBP100 on Facebook ads for their proposals, while Labour has spend GBP18,000 promoting theirs.
  • Starcom On Alert As Duracell Calls Media Review
    Publicis Media's Starcom has been placed on alert at Duracell calls a media review, "Campaign" reports.
  • Can Maurice Levy Save WeWork?
    Can Maurice Levy help to save WeWork? That is the question posed by "The Drum" this morning and the answer is possibly, although the entire brand will need a lot of work outside of marketing to secure its future.
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