Sugar is and will always be a treat, just like a glass of wine or the occasional cigarette but when there are equally bad effects on the health then surely its time that we call a cut on the amount that we consume. It may taste sweet initially, but the long term effects which aren't being showed to us should make you feel bitter.
Pepsi has announced that it is making a smartphone for the Chinese market, that's right. Now it's not often you see a headline
The American FBI swooped down and arrested seven top officials of the world football body Fifa in Switzerland yesterday. Even
We have created a culture that, on mass, rejects spiritual belief yet deifies the famous. Our new, modern day religion is the focal point of many people's lives. A whopping 11.7 million people trawl through the celebrity gossip pages of the Mail Online every day!
Jack Wilshere inherited Robin van Persie's No.10 shirt at Arsenal, and the midfielder found himself in the same room as his
Businesses are increasingly have to compete in the "global race", as Prime Minister David Cameron says. This means knowing
Jacques Lacan at the start of his seminar on The Ethics of Psychoanalysis states that desire 'is always desire in the second
The Myanmar launch presents Coca Cola with an interesting challenge. Here is a market that not only has no idea what Coke tastes like (sweet, fizzy, vaguely fruity) but one without any previous exposure to advertising either. I've no doubt that Coke will succeed, but I think the manner in which it will how achieve that success is very interesting.
Partnering consumer brands with fashion, music, sport and film in the form of endorsement and sponsorship has been commonplace
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