MAD London Editions for April 2018
MAD London - Monday, April 16, 2018
Sorrell Resigns, Interim WPP C-Team Put In Place
Sorrell's Departure Could Lead To WPP Breakup
Google Loses UK Right To Be Forgotten Case
Investors Shrug Off Sir Martin Sorrell's WPP Exit
House Of Lords Urges Facebook And Google Data Monopoly Investigation
The Good News -- And The Bad News -- About The 'State Of The Media'
'The Guardian' Is Not Alone, 55% Of Programmatic Goes To Tech Vendors
Butlin's Seeks New Agency For Rebrand
Four Tech Firms Launch A GDPR Compliance Framework
Channel 4 Opens Up To Offers For Its Next HQ
Ireland's High Court Asks EU Court For Answers On Data Transfer
Why Did Sorrell Go? Just Look At WPP's Share Price Graph
MAD London - Thursday, April 12, 2018
Social Spend Soars To Reach Second Screeners
Publicis Groupe Appoints New Roles In Various Networks
Fox Among TV Companies Raided In EU Competition Probe
MediaCom Wins Sky's Media Account
The Dark Side Of GDPR: Five Reasons Why It Hurts Email Marketers
GDPR Pushes Up Demand For Data Privacy Officers
Despite Privacy Furore, Ad Spend On Facebook Soars 62%
Fortnight Collective Opens First International Office
Trinity Mirror Purchase Of 'The Express' And 'Star' Newspapers Under Investigation
Royal British Legion Selects Leagas Delaney For WWI Centenary Campaign
Online Holiday Bookers To Get Package Deal Protection
MAD London - Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Native Budgets Soar 50%: Become Dominant Digital Display Ad Format, Social Too
Lords Call For Google And Facebook Monopoly Investigation
Bing Shopping Ads Add Multiple Images, Product Status Reporting
Betfair Appoints Leo Burnett
Publicis Groupe Appoints New Roles In Various Networks
Music Industry Revenue Leaps 10% On Strong Streaming Figures
American Apparel To Relaunch In The UK
Google DoubleClick Search, adMarketplace Integration Creates Engine Track Reporting
Waitrose Bans Disposable Coffee Cups, Iceland Ditches Palm Oil
UK Gears Up To Tackle 'Dark Web' Cyber Criminals
'The Racing Paper' Launches To Coincide With The Grand National
Radio 1 Breakfast Show Cut Back To Four Days
Twitter Plans To Discourage Platform Abuses With Education
Facebook Privacy Is A Trojan Horse For Tougher Regulation
MAD London - Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Unilever Trial Acknowledges All Advertising Is Paying For Attention
UK's Royal Mail Fined For Sending Unwanted Emails
Is Spotify About To Take On Alexa?
'GQ' To Launch The Carnaby Style Weekend Next Month
Gartner Analyst: Marketers Struggling with Parts Of GDPR
Lowcock Named UM Global Brand Safety Officer
Sorrell Probe Could Report Back To WPP Board Next Week
Can Trust Between Agencies And Clients Be Saved?
CA Says They Are But One Of Many Firms Using Facebook Data
Facebook Bans Controversial Vote Leave Partner, Aggregate IQ
Unilever Trials Charity Donations In Return For Video Ad Attention
Ofcom Agrees Radio 4 Should Have Challenged Lord Lawson On Climate Change
London Wireless Charger Company Wins HP Investment
Google Testing 'More Results' Button in Search
MAD London - Monday, April 9, 2018
Is Native Advertising The Latest Victim Of Publishing's Flight To Quality?
OTT Takeaways From The BBC's Annual Report
Publisher Revenue Up Last Year, Driven By Digital Display
Is That A Bot In Your Twitter Feed, Or Are You Just Glad To See Porn?
How Blockchain May Be Used By Big Brands
YouTube Accused Of Processing Children's Data
Deutsche Bank Switches Leaders And May Be Repositioning
BARB Snubs Facebook and YouTube Over Brand Safety
Blockchain Impacts On Marketing, Publishing Could Be Far-Reaching
McDonald's Staff Considering Industrial Action
Snapchat Launches New Lenses For iPhone X
MAD London - Friday, April 6, 2018
GroupM's Irwin Gotlieb 'Transitions' From Global Chairman
Facebook To Be Investigated By The ICO
'Sugar Tax' Begins In The UK
The Facebook Scandal Isn't Just About Privacy, It's About The Value Of Data
B2B Publisher IEEE GlobalSpec Launches GDPR Opt-In Campaign
Culture Secretary To Meet With Facebook Next Week
'Le Monde' Signs Native Deal With Ligatus
Facebook Limits Search Features As Part Of API Shutdowns
Tinder Celebrates Manchester City Deal With Light Blue Blimp
How Two Brands Are Using Email Marketing
ICO Investigates Facebook: Will GDPR Be Its 'Get Out Of Jail Free' Card?
MAD London - Thursday, April 5, 2018
WPP Turmoil May Put Kantar Into Play, Nielsen Most Likely Suitor
Who Might Succeed Sir Martin Sorrell?
'The Times' Claims A WPP Boardroom Rift Means Some Want Sorrell Out
More Than A Million British Facebook Users Were Victims Of CA Leak
One Alleged Misconduct Chapter At WPP Ends As Another Begins
Future Publishing Purchases NewBay Media
Mobile Networks Spend GBP1.35bn On 5G Airwaves
UK Emailers Upbeat Despite Hurdles, DMA Study Shows
ASA Finds Amazon 'Saving' Claims Were Misleading
'The Independent' Angers Staff By Missing Gender Pay Gap Deadline
Sorrell Vulnerable As Revenue Flatlines And Stock Price Dips
MAD London - Wednesday, April 4, 2018
How Can Spotify Lose Nearly $3bn And Still Be Worth $30bn?
Sorrell 'Unreservedly' Rejects Allegation Against Him
WPP Investigates Sir Martin Sorrell Misconduct Claims
Amazon Could Lead In Search Ad Business By 2020
New York Float Values Spotify At $30bn
Two Years On And 'What Is Brexit?' Still Dominates Search Queries
The Latest Turbulence At WPP
SparkPost Brings Email Delivery Service To EU, Says It Is GDPR-Compliant
Mercedes-Backed Uber Rival Hits London Streets
Snapchat Plans For More Augmented Reality
Channel 4 To Run Pitch Process To Rebrand Influencers
Which? Says It Will Shut Down Its Email Service
MAD London - Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Google Bans Crypto Mining Apps In Chrome Web Store
Today's Float Likely To Value Spotify At $20bn
VR, AR Startups Raise $3.6 Billion
Social Media Spend To Exceed Television Within Two Years
Google Splits AI From Search, Appoints New Execs To Lead Each
Murdoch Hopes Selling Sky News To Disney Will Get His Sky Takeover Plan Approved
French President Hints Facebook And Google May Need To Be Dismantled
Why Aren't We Buying On Attention?
EU Creative Agencies Merge To Form Amsterdam-Based Dept
Techlash Be Gone -- Facebook To Pocket Four-Fifths Of UK Social Spend
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