MAD London Editions for November 2017
MAD London - Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017
Dentsu Organic Growth Falls 1% For The First Nine Months
FT Editor Calls Out Google And Facebook, Names Them Publishers
MyTaxi To Hit Uber Hard With Its Safety Message For Women
Twitter Pushes Premium APIs To Developers
Marketing Budgets Stall; CMOs Emphasize Digital
Deliveroo Celebrates Court Ruling Drivers Are Not Employed
Truth Agency Launched To Show Blockchain Can Give Transparency
The GDPR Is Coming, The GDPR Is Coming: Tools To Help You Comply
MP's Anger At 'Mutineer' Headline In Brexit Bill Coverage
BBC To List Shows Viewers Complain About Most
Blockchain Set To Clear Digital Marketing's Murky Waters
MAD London - Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017
Theresa May Shows Trump How To Call Out Putin On Fake News
The Pride Gets Culled: Big Changes Afoot At Cannes Lions Festival Of Creativity
Theresa May Calls Out Putin On Fake News
Cannes Lions Reset. Is It Enough?
Channel 4 Signs Up To European VOD AD Exchange Taking On Facebook And Google
Celebrity Cruises Triples Email Revenue With Loyalty Campaign
Tweet Accusing A Muslim Woman Of "Indifference" Over Westminster Attack Was From A Russian Troll
Channel 4 Working On Making All 4 Addressable
Scooter Gang Targets Apple's Flagship Store
Cannes Lions To Simplify Awards And Cut Back To Five Days
MAD London - Monday, Nov. 13, 2017
High Street Moves To Experiences, Not Shirts And Shoes
Havas Invests In Influencer Marketing Platform Octoly
EU Considering A Second Fine For Google
Irish Data Chief Rules On Email Built On E-Receipts
Festive Ad Spend To Hit A Record GBP6bn
Yahoo Running After Saturday Outages
Beauty And Coffee Are On A High Street High
Shop Closures At Lowest Level For Seven Years
Richard Desmond To Launch Bid For The National Lottery
MAD London - Friday, Nov. 10, 2017
John Lewis Unleashes Another Monster Hit
John Lewis Unveils Moz The Monster
Alex Salmond Takes On New Talk Show On Russian TV Station
ITV Unveils Addressable TV Ad Plans
Downton Abbey Comes To Downtown New York
Royal Society Urges Government To Close Digital Skills Gap At Schools
High Street Gloom Needs Some Festive Cheer
Apple, Amazon, Google, Facebook Create Emotional Connections, Sense Of Belonging
Twitter Suspends Verification Process
Trade Desk Trading Slides Following Q3 Results, Cites 'Softness' From Big Advertisers
Amazon Orders Superhero Drama, Soccer Reality Show For Prime Service
MAD London - Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017
U.S. Firms More Ready For GDPR Than Euro Companies: Study
Johnston Press Will Allow A Vote On Alex Salmond As Next Chairman
Tencent Invests In Snap Despite Consecutive Losses
Fake News Concerns Prompt BBC Local Radio Cuts U-Turn
Forrester: Brace For The 'Painful' 2018 Advertising Correction
Investors Shun Burberry's Move To Drop 'Unluxurious' Locations
Social Can Be Good For Branding
After Reports Of Comments Suppression,TripAdvisor Adds Warnings Of Potential Offenses
VOD And Linear TV To Reach Parity In 2020
Sonos To Unveil First European Concept Store in London
Price Cuts And Rising Costs Hit Sainsbury's Profits
Mayer Blames Russians For Yahoo Breaches, But Apologizes
Mobile, Native, Video And Subs Rock -- Display, Not So Much
MAD London - Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017
Snap Disappoints, Again -- Is It The New Twitter?
TV Still Dominates Global Marketers' Ad Spend
Are The Murdochs Losing Interest In Sky, Or Scaling Up With Disney Interest?
Sky News Would Be Closed Down If It Hampers Murdochs' Full Sky Takeover
IPG Finds Increased Viewability Boosts Performance, Calls It 'Table Stakes'
Yahoo Mail Users Report Service Outages
Snap Losses Treble, Sending Share Price Tumbling
Twitter Doubles Character Count
Harassment Claims Spike At BBC After Weinstein Revelations
Will We Ever Let Robots Shop For Us?
MAD London - Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017
Most Firms Will Not Be Ready For GDPR: Forrester
BBC Investigation Calls Apple Out On Tax Avoidance
Fox News Ofcom Ruling Could Be A Setback For Murdochs' Sky Bid
Payments Over Facebook's Messenger Come To The UK
Microsoft Patents Fingerprint Authentication Sensor In Keyboard, Touchscreens
Government To Pursue Free EU Trade
M&S Saves Christmas With Paddington Bear
Save The Children Hires Mother
Consumer Spending Is Sluggish, Yet Primark Sales Are Up 10%
Apple's Tax-Avoiding Brand Image Is In Tatters, Again
MAD London - Monday, Nov. 6, 2017
GroupM's Pattison Takes On New WPP Transformation Role
Twitter Asked To Look At Russian Accounts Interfering In UK Politics
Social Media Is A Customer Service Letdown
Adobe Examines The 'Diversity Disconnect'
DEG Acquires Moku Collective
Ford To Take On Uber With Chariot London Bus Service
WFA Forewarned Of YouTube Brand Safety Issues
Former Wunderman MD Named As New Possible Chief Executive
Saatchi's Chief Creative Officer Will Not Be Sacked Over Diversity Comment
Two In Three Take Holiday Booking Action After Watching Online Videos
Social Failing Customers? There's A (Whats)App For That
MAD London - Friday, Nov. 3, 2017
More Sherlock, Less Rooney Has To Be The BBC's Future?
P&G Ad Strategy Bounces Back After Cutting Out Sites From Media Buys
Services Sector To End The Year On A High
Apple Reports Quarterly Revenues Of $52 Billion, New iPhone Adds To Coffers
The Scotsman's Editor Calls Out Coup Leader Alex Salmond
Are Russian Operatives Targeting Scottish Independence Next?
Facebook Chooses Policed Platform Over Profits
P&G Slashes The Number Of Sites It Advertises On
MailChimp Swings To A Single Opt-In -- Except In Europe
Uber Seeks First Global Creative Agency
Aeroflot Is Hoping To Do A Skoda And Move From Joke To Serious Brand
Apple Shares Soar As IPhone X Hits UK Stores
MAD London - Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017
IPG's Mediabrands Wins $1 Billion Amazon Global Media Account
Alex Salmond In Bid For Power At The Scotsman?
WPP Takes Legal Action In Its Fight With Longtime Partner ADK
BBC Head Warns Of Netflix Threat To British Content
'Bake Off' Gamble Pays Off With Five-Year-High C4 Audience
Facebook Registers Soaring Ad Revenues, Mobile Dominates
It's Not Just You -- Freeview Is Having Weather Issues
Asos Takes On Amazon With 'Try Before You Buy'
Mullen Lowe Appointed To Encourage Child Abuse Victims To Testify
UK Art Galleries Lose Money In Email Scam
Is The AOP Being Softer On Viewability?
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