Bradley Wiggins makes cycling helmets plea.
Is the Archers too sexy?
Olympic rowing gold medal duo in Royal Mail stamp first.
Agent Provocateur blasted for exposing children to fetish gear.
PepsiCo International has been rapped by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for a “harmful” and “irresponsible” digital ad campaign for its Mountain Dew Energy drink.
The Daily, Rupert Murdoch’s tablet publication, is cutting nearly one third of its 170 staff in a cost-saving move, just 18 months since its high-profile launch.
Tatler launches Teen Tatler supplement.
Time Out has confirmed plans to drop its coverprice and become a free magazine this autumn.
The company said on Wednesday it hired Deutsche Bank senior private banker Steven Young for Citi Private Bank as a New York-based adviser to ultra-rich people, starting in October.
WELLS FARGO & CO
Wells Fargo Securities said George Bory will join as a managing director and head of credit strategy research. He joins from UBS securities, where he was the global head of credit strategy.
The Czech lender’s supervisory board elected Chief Financial Officer Pavel Cejka to the board of directors.
Cejka will be in charge of the units of strategy and finance, support services, and other operations, the bank said.
WILLIAM BLAIR & CO
The global investment banking and asset management firm appointed Jon Zindel as chief financial officer. He replaces Tim Burke.
TAG ASSOCIATES LLC
The wealth management company appointed Jonathan Bergman as a managing director. Bergman joins from Palisades Hudson Financial Group.