MAD London Editions for September 2017
MAD London - Friday, Sept. 29, 2017
With GDPR 8 Months Away, Many Marketers Have Not Begun To Plan
'Wall Street Journal' Closes European Print Edition
Cristiano Ronaldo Stars In New Fifa 18 'Tornado' Ad
EU Regulators Give U.S. Tech Giants Ultimatum
TV Ads Receive More Complaints Than Online
Channel Chauvinism: Is Social Really Gaining On Email?
Government Clarifies Social Media Rights For Teenagers
Solving Advertising's Trust Problem
UK Ripe For ESports Growth
Is Twitter Teeming With Russian Agents And Bots?
Amazon's Alexa Calling, Messaging Expands To Europe
'WSJ' Europe Is A Bellwether Sign For Print
The Yin And Yang Of Creative And Data
MAD London - Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017
London's Tech Hub Is The Most Expensive In The World
First Publicis Groupe Pulled Out of Cannes. Is WPP Next?
IPG Mediabrands Strikes Deal For Access To Acxiom Data
Ryanair Faces Action From Airline Authorities Over Bungled Cancellations
Microsoft Shares Details Of Bing Tech Into LinkedIn, Azure, Custom Search
Only 1 in 4 Mobile Planners Verify Data
Could Selfies Be Going 3D?
Call For Entries: Agency Of The Year Awards
Philips Reworks Media Strategy To Boost Efficiency
GDPR Is Coming: It's Time To Draft Your Privacy Statement
BBC Attacked From The Left And The Right, Nick Robinson Warns
Paddy Power Breaks Betting Ranks With GBP10 Stake Proposal
Lost Confirmation Emails Can Drive Customers Away
How Philips Turns Social Listening Into Sales
MAD London - Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017
Programmatic: Do You Want It Cheap, Or Safe?
Keith Weed At Advertising Week: Digital Supply Chain Is 'Still Murky'
'The Guardian' Launches Ad-Booking Tool For SMEs
Google Reportedly To Create Shopping Unit Adhering To EU Antitrust Fine
Quarter Of Advertisers Reveal Ads Have Appeared Next To Extremist Content
Toyota Launches Hybrid Campaign In Europe
Unilever's Keith Weed On The '5 C Framework' Marketers Must Adopt
GroupM Launches Addressable TV Company Finecast
Women Marketing Managers Earn 17% Less Than Men
MAD London - Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017
Getting Uber Back On Track
JICWEBS To Start Certifying For Anti-Fraud
Apple Confirms Switch From Bing To Google For Search Results
Uber Apology Prompts New Talks With London Authorities
Unilever Buys Korean Personal Care Business
Sorrell Vs. Auletta: Advertising Week's Thrilla In Manila?
SAP Acquires Gigya To Gain Leadership In Customer Identity, Access Management
Asics Picks Saatchi & Saatchi For Global Creative
Evening Standard's George Osborne Urged To Come Clean On Uber Link
Native Content Works, But It Must Be Disclosed, IAB UK Warns
"Strictly Come Dancing" Nearly Doubles "The X Factor" Audience
International Tourists Avoiding U.S.
Anti-Fraud Can Only Go As Fast As Adland Allows
MAD London - Monday, Sept. 25, 2017
Uber London Ban -- Great Tech In The Wrong Hands
Banned Uber Is Putting 'Unfair Pressure' On TfL, Says London Mayor
Time Inc. Puts Mags, UK Division Up For Sale
Google To Automate Refunds For Ads Running On DoubleClick
Facebook Promoted To Top Ten Global Brands List
One Year Later: HP's Agency Diversity Report Cards
Is Lyft Preparing To Jump In Uber's Grave?
American Airlines Targets Londoners' Mobiles Via Black Cabs
Loss-Making Deliveroo Valued At $2bn
MAD London - Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017
Mobile Rules -- All Day, Every Day
Facebook Unveils Steps To Fix Hate Targeting, Reinstates 5,000 Terms Temporarily Disabled
Female CMOs More Prevalent In The U.S. Than The UK
British Prime Minister Gives Tech Giants An Ultimatum On Terror Content
Google Makes $1.1B Development Deal With HTC To Create Hardware
YouTube Drops Paid Channels Service
Oliver Launches Healthcare Division
Digital Ad Spend Will Outstrip Digital Media Attention
TV Viewers Like Ads With Real People In Them
Smartphones Twice As Popular For Going Online As PCs
Amazon Making 'Smart Glasses'
MAD London - Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017
Uber vs Fetch Will Ask -- Do Rebates Lead To Fraud?
Uber Files Lawsuit Against Fetch Media For Ad Fraud
Outlook Is Back Up After European Outage
'Press Gazette' Claims GDPR Could Be A Boost For Press
Parsons Green Tube Bomb Ingredients Sold Together On Amazon
Uber Sues Fetch Over Transparency And Fraud Issues
I, Robot....
Sainsbury's Releases Ad Shot On Snapchat Spectactles
Hardly Second Best: Email Is Strong No. 2 In Event Marketing
GBP6bn Worth Of Media Deals Under Review Through ISBA Guidelines
MAD London - Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017
Why Ryanair's Marketing Nightmare Is Likely Down To HR
OMD Gets A Management Makeover, New Global Headquarters
Google Offers To Serve Up Rival Ads In Response To EU Shopping Search Violation
Google And Facebook Account For 54% Of UK Digital Ad Spend
Half Of Britons Think Ads Stereotype Genders Too Much
Publicis Appoints UK Head Across All Disciplines
Wunderman Promotes CTO UK Chief Executive
BBC Drops School Names From CVs To Tackle 'Posh' Bias Claims
Augmented Reality: The Hottest Thing Marketers Don't Want
MAD London - Monday, Sept. 18, 2017
Amazon Shakes Up Search, Again
P&G Is Right -- The Party's Over For Digital Advertising
Women Take The Lion's Share Of New British Jobs
Bing Officially Adds Fact Check Tag To Search Results
Burberry Predicts Bright Future For Creative Industry Post-Brexit
EU's New Data Regs Not The End Of The World For Marketers
James Murdoch Warns UK Government Off Obstructing Fox's Sky Takeover
WPP's MediaCom Is Media Agency Pitch King For The First Half Of 2017
P&G's Marc Pritchard Blasts Adland For Only Delivering On 25% Of Spend
It's Time To Regulate Facebook
UK Media Consumption Leaps 9%
Omnicom Buys Verve Search Agency
Outlook Outage Hits Some European Users
Hackers Breach CCleaner's Security: The Verge
MAD London - Friday, Sept. 15, 2017
WPP Consolidates 5 Shops Into A Single Brand Agency
All Devices Will Be Biometric By 2020
Ad Groups Bash Apple's New No-Tracking Settings
Amazon Embroiled In GBP1.5bn Tax Row
More Proof Advertisers Investing Less In Desktop
EU Rules Threaten GBP1bn UK TV Industry
Older Shoppers Feeling Let Down By Shopping Experiences
UK Will Lead EU Connected TV Ad Spend To 2020
Ofcom Blasts Broadcasters Over 'Woeful' Lack Of Diversity
Journalists May Be Given Extra Rights On Using Personal Data
John Lewis Rising Costs See Profits Halved
Say What? Why Voice Will Change Everything, By 2020
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