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Topic: The Sunday Times

Mario Batali Shares His Favorite Foodie Apps, Blogs and Instagram Accounts

Can you guess his latest TV obsession?

Specs Age 54 Claim to fame Chef and restaurateur; ambassador for the EAT (RED) campaign; co-host of ABC's The Chew (weekdays at1 p.m.) Base New York Twitter @Mariobatali What's the first information you consume in…

Nils Leonard of Grey London Talks Culture, Creativity and That Infamous Adweek Column

What the chairman title means to him

  Photo: Alfred Maskeroni Specs Who Nils Leonard New gig Chairman of Grey London Old (and continuing) gig Chief creative officer of Grey London Age 37 Twitter @nilsleonard How does this promotion change your responsibilities? They did it in New…

Adweek's Top 5 Commercials of the Week: Feb. 1-7

Mountains to graveyards, vote for your favorite spot

Weary of the Super Bowl commercials? So are we. For this week's Ads of the Week collection, we move on to other spots released since the game ended—with the exception of…

Ad of the Day: Newspaper Brilliantly Reenacts Scenes From Art, Music and Film in One Take

Grey London's 'Icons'

In marketing, sometimes the greatest obstacle to greatness can be attempting to re-create greatness. Advertising seems to know only how to cheapen art, making it incredibly rare to find an…

Rupert Murdoch Resigns From News Corp. Boards

Move is in preparation for divorce of publishing, entertainment businesses

Rupert Murdoch resigned from a number of News Corp. boards—including his post as director of News International, the holding company for the newspapers at the center of the U.K. hacking…

110 Jobs Cut at News International

Freelance positions also under threat

News International has announced that it will ax 110 jobs from its U.K. workforce. The newspaper publisher is also considering changes to its use of freelancers and casual staff. According to…

'Times of London' Digital Subs Top 100,000

But digital gains come alongside print declines

The Times of London and its Sunday Times are crowing that their digital subscriptions have topped 100,000 one year after Rupert Murdoch’s papers started charging for online access, even as…

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