MAD London Editions for July 2017
MAD London - Monday, July 17, 2017
Can Netflix Hang On To Its Millennials?
Amazon Set To Make Voice Commerce Common
Brits To Double Smartphone Video Viewing This Year
MediaCom Leads In New Biz Gains Through First Half
Netflix And Amazon Swimming In Emmy Nominations
Mobile Online Video Viewing Will Soar 35% This Year
EasyJet's Carolyn McCall To Head Up ITV
UK Enjoying A Dividends Bonanza
Disney Unveils New Rides, Experiential Plans For Theme Parks
UK Government To Insist On Porn Site Age Checks
Eddie The Work Experience Tweeter Talks To 'The Telegraph'
MAD London - Friday, July 14, 2017
VR's The Next 3D, Right?
Jaguar Reveal Sets Guinness World Record; Honda Preps YouTube Debut For Accord
Luxury British Smartphone Maker Goes Bust
WPP To Buy German Agency
Will Social Become The Place To Watch The Game?
MC&C Goes International
Alphabet's $2.7B EU Fine Will Impact Search, Earnings
Google Accused Of Paying For Favourable Research
TripAdvisor Partners Up With Deliveroo
UK Economy Faces Lurking Debt Challenges
Burberry Suffers Shareholder Revolt Over Pay
St Luke's To Help Uber Rival Launch Ride Sharing
MAD London - Thursday, July 13, 2017
If Experience And Image Trump All, Why Is GAME Being Rescued By Sports Direct?
Internet Companies Speak Out, Support Net Neutrality
1 in 3 Brits Trust The News Less Than Just Six Months Ago
EU Gives Publishers A Boost Against Google-Facebook Duopoly
George Osborne Tells Adland To Get A Louder Brexit Voice
Vox Launches 'Eater London,' Company's First
Google Wins French Back-Tax Court Case
Mike Ashley Takes A 26% Stake In GAME
Baby Dove Misfires With Breastfeeding Campaign
Guardian Defends Chief Exec's Million Pound Pay Packet
Channel 4 Says TV Ad Revenues Are Decreasing
MAD London - Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Unilever Is Right, You're Already Running Your Best Ad
Facebook Begins Global Rollout Of Messenger Ad Program
New Campaigns Are Often Expensive And Unnecessary
Gig Economy Worker Rights Proposals Not Welcomed By Business Groups
Sir Martin And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week
Digital Media-Buying Approaching 'Peak Duopoly:' Analyst Cites Amazon, Oath As Potential Relief
Cards Overtake Cash Payments In UK Retail
Aldi Tops Customer Service League
Primesight Retains Largest Roadside Outdoor Network In The UK
Electronic Books Will See First Sales Decline This Year
MAD London - Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Did Uber Just Catch A Major UK Break?
Government Unlikely To Repeal Section 40
Google Funds Automated Journalism In UK
Newspapers Want To Band Together Against Facebook And Google
37% Of Online Spend Goes To Amazon
Fundraising Preference Service Debuts In UK
Unions Attack "Feeble" Review In To Gig Economy Worker Rights
"Fibre Broadband" Claims May Be Banned
BA's Partner, Iberia, Fined For Forced Pregnancy Tests
Sales Decline At M&S Improving
MAD London - Monday, July 10, 2017
WPP Is The Bellwether Sign Brands Need Adland To Streamline
Analysts Downgrade Entire Ad Sector, Cite Media Fragmentation
WPP Receives Double Downgrade From The City
Gig Economy Workers Need Better Rights, Taylor Report Will Say
'British Vogue' Hits Back After Embarrassing Chambers Interview
Agency Sees Google's New VR App As Speed Boost For Starting Projects
Business Confidence Is Slumping
Soundcloud Closes London Office
Brands Supporting Pride See A Rise In 'Gay-Washing' Accusations
BBC To Cut Journalist Allowances In Cost-Cutting Bid
MAD London - Friday, July 7, 2017
Publicis Retires Mediavest Brand, Which Helped Usher In Unbundled Era
Microsoft Is Not Denying Up To 3,000 UK Jobs At Risk
Microsoft Expected To Cut An Estimated 5,000 Employees
Consumer income Drops By Largest Amount In Five Years
Google Launches Native Ad Format For AdSense, Some See A Conflict
Dennis Gets A Break From Google
IAB Releases New Mobile In-App Ad Spec
Deliveroo Calls For Employment Law Overhaul
NSPCC Warns Of Strangers Stalking Children Through Snap Maps
Debenhams Review To Focus On "Social Shopping"
What Is Snap Playing At?
MAD London - Thursday, July 6, 2017
WPP Merges POSSIBLE And Wunderman
Snap Maps Video Goes Viral, Snapchat Responds
Havas Launches In-House Influencer Team
Worldpay To Be Bought By US Rival
Fancy A Peek At Google's New London 'Landscraper'
Fired 'British Vogue' Editor Lashes Out At Fashion Magazines, Business
Havas Group Acquires Health Specialist SO What Global
Tesco Clubcard Goes Contactless As Uber Joints The Scheme
Younger Device Users Find Them Hard To Put Down
Local Governments To Be Reminded They Can Stand Up To Uber
Attitudes Are More Important Than Demographics
Uber Probe Marks The End Of The Gig Economy's Beginning
MAD London - Wednesday, July 5, 2017
BBC Takes On Netflix, Amazon And Sky For Kids' Attention
Vivendi Completes Deal To Acquire Majority Of Havas
JICWEBS Steps Up The Fight Against Fraud
Google: Medical Records Now In 'Legal' Removal List From Search Results
UK Still In Top Spot For Tech Investments
Facebook Takes Added Measures To Combat Spam
BBC To Make More Original Children's Shows
Baidu Acquires Maker Of Chatbot Engine, Demonstrates AI Capabilities
Rightmove Seeks New Creative Agency
TV Sponsorship Boosts Recommendations
MAD London - Monday, July 3, 2017
Conde Nast Launches Branded-Content Studio In Britain, 'Wired' Store To Open
British Companies Start Legal Damages Action Against Google
Changing Of The Guard At Media Arts Lab
No Product Placement On 'The Great British Bake Off'
Facebook Bows Video, Targeting, Reporting Tools To Boost Mobile Shopping
YouTube Offers Just $3 For Brands Exposed To Extremist Content
Microsoft Calls On Tech Industry To Form 'Digital' Geneva Convention
ISBA Says Sky Takeover Would Not Be Good For Advertisers
New Head of Customer Experience Announced By British Airways
3 In 4 Brits See No Point In Sharing Data For No Gain
Germany Threatens Social Networks With Millions In Fines
Nothing Comes Of Nothing -- The New Loyalty Reality
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