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Monthly Archives: May 2012

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Andy Coulson says he will 'vigorously contest' perjury charges. Cadbury parts company with marketer Creighton after 35 years. Justin Sampson, the former managing director of the Radio Advertising Bureau and director of customer relationship marketing at ITV, is joining the Broadcasters' Audience Research Board as its chief executive, replacing Bjarne Thelin. Publicis Chemistry's managing director, Diane Charlton, and its chief executive, Joe Garton, have resigned, prompting a management restructure. Nick Fox, the former chief client officer at DDB UK, and three of his former colleagues are launching an independent agency called Atomic London. The agency start-up being launched by Richard Exon and Damon Collins, the former chief executive and executive creative director respectively of Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R, opens its doors for business this week and will be called Joint. Neil Jones, the former Carat managing director, has been appointed to the newly created role of group commercial and marketing director at Johnston Press. Steve Atkinson joins mobile network AdMaxim. Credit Suisse Group The Swiss…

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Financial Focus highlights

· Europe told to prepare for years of reform · ECB denies rejecting recapitalisation of Bankia · France unlikely to hit next year’s deficit targets · Greece on course to elect anti-bailout party · UK SME’s offered £500m of credit easing · Japan ready to restart idled nuclear reactors · Investors panic as EC warns of “financial disintegration” · Nikkei slides as exporters hit by strong yen · Yen gains from Europe’s credit crisis · Oil enters bear market on Europe debt crisis · Gold poised for worst run for 13 years

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Robert Mugabe asked to be UN 'leader for tourism'. The Zimbabwe president, accused of ethnic cleansing and bankrupting his country, asked to champion tourism. Charles Taylor sentenced to 50 years in prison for war crimes. Judge at court in The Hague says ex-Liberia president's crimes were of the 'utmost gravity in scale and brutality'. Richard Wallace and Tina Weaver depart as Mirror titles go seven-day. Long-serving editors dramatically ousted as the People's Lloyd Embley takes over at the two papers. BlackBerry maker confirms 'significant' job cuts amid review. Adam & Eve's horror-themed spot for Phones4U was the Advertising Standards Authority's most complained about ad of 2011 but escaped censorship by the watchdog. MORGAN STANLEY The head of prime brokerage sales for Singapore, Carl Davey, will be leaving the firm after 16 years to join Citigroup's unit providing services such as clearing trades and lending money to hedge funds in Asia-Pacific. PHOENIX The British life insurer said it appointed Jim McConville as its finance director with…

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Financial Focus highlights

· ECB rejects Madrid plan to boost Bankia · EU plans cross border rules to wind up banks · Spain’s woes deepen as deficit rises · Japan’s insider trading probe hits JP Morgan · German inflation fall increases ECB options · U.S. consumer confidence suffers · Asian shares fall as Spain fears grow · Stabilisation in housing market data helps support S&P 500 gains · Euro slides towards two year low · Oil declines a second day as U.S. stockpiles rise to 22 year high · Japan aluminium buyers said to agree to record quarterly premium

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Spain runs out of money. Syrian ambassadors expelled from countries including UK, France and US. Kellogg has parted company with its European president Stephen Twaddell as it embarks on a global rebranding billed as the "most significant update" of its corporate identity in the company's history. Innocent has been named the most 'social' brand in the latest Social Brands 100 ranking of consumer brands and their use of social media, beating Starbucks into second place. Tess Alps, chief executive of Thinkbox, is to take the role of executive chair at the commercial TV marketing organisation from 1 July, while UKTV's Julia Jordan has become chair of the Thinkbox board. The Newspaper Marketing Agency, the trade body that represents the interests of the UK's national newspapers, has appointed Rufus Olins, the former chief executive of Warc, as its chief executive. Ben & Jerry's co-founder Jerry Greenfield has criticised brand owners for focusing on profit above the 'common good'.

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Solutions proposées par Francois Hollande pour lutter contre le chomage

1,139,983 - Tel est le nombre de bulletin séparant le candidat gagnant, Francois HOLLANDE (51,64%) du présidant sortant, Nicolas SARKOZY (48,37%). Effectivement, après une campagne marquée par les enjeux nationaux, européens et internationaux de chacuns, les français ont fini pas trancher pour le favori, Francois Hollande. Celui ci, élu le 22 avril et entré en fonction le 15 mai, est devenu le 7eme President de la Ve Republique. Il est donc le second President socialiste, apres Francois Mitterrand (1900-1900) a exercer cette fonction, et se caractérise par sa normalité. Elu grâce a un programme basé sur le "Changement", Francois Hollande a donc fort a faire. L'une des clés de sa réussite future se situe sans doute sur une réduction significative du nombre de chômeur. En effet, l'emploi reste la préoccupation principale des français. Le nombre de chômeur a considérablement augmentée ces dernières années pour de multiples raisons, qui ne sont pas nécessairement imputable a la politique de l'ancien président. Il passe ainsi de 3,2 millions…

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Financial Focus

George Osborne, the chancellor, was forced into another embarrassing U-turn last night as he watered down his controversial “pasty tax”. The chancellor was accused of hiking the price of affordable lunches at a time when consumers were already being squeezed. FOUR Greek banks have received €18bn (£14.4bn) in a bid to recapitalise the stricken sector. The funds will be divided between National Bank, Alpha, Eurobank and Piraeus Bank. The money has been released by the European Financial Stability Fund to the Greek body in charge of distributing the funds. SHARES in bust lender Bankia plunged 13.4% yesterday after details emerged of a controversial bailout plan that will see the Spanish government take a 90% ownership stake in the bank. Markets are also worried about the form the bailout will take. It emerged over the weekend that Madrid is considering an unusual plan that would see it inject capital using its own bonds rather than cash. THE EUROZONE crisis has forced pension funds out of risky…

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Waar staat NEC voor?

De brand statement van NEC, 'Empowered by Innovation', versterkt de visie van het bedrijf om een marktleider te zijn die de kracht van innovatie benut om een informatie samenleving te realiseren die zowel mens- als milieuvriendelijk is. Maar hoe is het om te werken voor NEC, en hoe ziet de bedrijfscultuur er uit? 'Empowered by Innovation representeert waar NEC naar op zoek is in nieuwe werknemers. We zoeken getalenteerde individuen die in een multiculturele organisatie willen werken, met veel internationaal contact. Mensen, die door te bouwen op hun nationale en professionele identiteiten, hun kennis van nieuwe technologieën, markten en culturen willen vergroten.', aldus Lucca Vanni (afgebeeld), HR director van NEC in het EMEA gebied. Met ongeveer 108.000 medewerkers wereldwijd en 2.000 in het EMEA gebied, is NEC een leider op het gebied van IT integratie en netwerk technologieën die wereldwijd bedrijven en mensen helpen. NEC heeft meer dan 100 jaar ervaring in technische innovaties die mensen, ondernemingen en de maatschappij empoweren. Hieronder vertellen twee medewerkers…

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Breaking News

World scrambles to prepare for collapse of the eurozone. A campaign to get more women on to company boards in Britain could struggle to make progress because headhunters and hiring committees are too traditional when recruiting for senior roles, says a new report by Cranfield School of Management for the Equality and Human Rights Commission. Apple has awarded a $56m (£36m) "golden hello" to John Browett, the former Dixons boss who it recently poached to lead its retail division. Andrew Mercer, former advertising director of the Radio Times, has joined Scout Media, the publisher of Scout London, the new free weekly magazine for London's social life.

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Financial Focus

The latest round of polling in Greece shows the country’s pro-bailout New Democracy party pulling ahead of anti-austerity Syriza shortly before new elections. Investment banks globally have increased salaries by 37% in four years to retain staff and bypass regulation, burdening the sector with higher fixed costs at a time when profits are under constant pressure. Shares in bailed-out Spanish lender Bankia are expected to plunge today as new questions emerge about warnings it received in the run-up to its share issue last year. IMF chief Christine Lagarde was hammered by a furious backlash from Greek politicians and members of the public over the weekend after she suggested that Greeks should pay their taxes. GREECE’S public finances could collapse as early as next month, leaving salaries and pensions unpaid unless a stable government emerges from the June 17th election, according to Lucas Papademos, the technocrat prime minister who left office after this month’s inconclusive vote. THE TECHNOCRATIC government of Mario Monti has made significant progress…

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