Plain packaging on cigarettes makes UK anti-smoking stance clear – Financial Times

Financial TimesPlain packaging on cigarettes makes UK anti-smoking stance clearFinancial TimesThe introduction of plain packs will not make large numbers of smokers quit overnight but Action on Smoking and Health, a charity, said the benefits would become clear “once we have a generation of young people who haven't been exposed to marketing …and more »

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Plain packaging on cigarettes makes UK anti-smoking stance clear – Financial Times

Exxon to make $300m push into Mexican gas station business – Financial Times

Exxon to make $300m push into Mexican gas station businessFinancial TimesExxonMobil, the US oil major, has become the latest company to dive into Mexico's fuel market, announcing plans to invest $300m in 10 years and to open the first Mobil filling station in the second half of 2017, followed by others before the end of the …and more »

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Exxon to make $300m push into Mexican gas station business – Financial Times

Wesfarmers scraps Officeworks float due to poor IPO climate – Financial Times

Wesfarmers scraps Officeworks float due to poor IPO climateFinancial TimesIn May, the company started the marketing process for a float, and its three brokers – JPMorgan, Macquarie and UBS – prescribed an equity valuation of between A$1.14bn ($0.85bn) and A$1.52bn. Management said in a statement to the Australian Stock …and more »

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Vanguard’s UK launch sends tremors across investment industry – Financial Times

Financial TimesVanguard's UK launch sends tremors across investment industryFinancial TimesShares in the FTSE 100 broker, which holds £60bn of assets under administration, fell 8.5 per cent on Tuesday, making it the worst hit by the news that Vanguard, known for its aggressive pricing, would begin marketing its low-cost funds directly to …and more »

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After Lots Of Talk, Microsoft’s Bots Show Signs Of Life – Fast Company

Fast CompanyAfter Lots Of Talk, Microsoft's Bots Show Signs Of LifeFast Company“There's lots of forks in the road, a lot of places where Cortana will have to make a decision on the course of action,” Outlook marketing director Jon Orton tells me. “And in some cases she'll have to come back and say, 'Hey, we've …. While Facebook …and more »

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Advertisers pull back from targeting US Latinos – Financial Times

Financial TimesAdvertisers pull back from targeting US LatinosFinancial TimesA growing number of companies in the US are shying away from marketing efforts aimed at Latino consumers for fear of offending “racist” supporters of President Donald Trump, the chairman of the Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies says. Sample …

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