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Google unleashes AI updates and adds greater controls to its ad products

Why brands could take a leaf out of the Baby ... Laughter or tears aren’t the only emotions ads should aim to tap into....

Jimmy Lai gave company to Hong Kong activist during 2019 protests as ‘reward,’ witness tells national security trial

Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai transferred one of his private companies to an activist engaged in international lobbying during the 2019 protests as...

How luxury brands still lure Chinese shoppers despite slowdown

By Rebecca Bailey Sipping champagne and nibbling fried dumplings, Shanghai’s rich and influential posed by Louis Vuitton signs at a runway afterparty –- a...

Hong Kong faces uphill battle to lure back Chinese tourists after pandemic and protests

By Holmes Chan and Xinqi Su The Lo Wu arrival hall on Hong Kong’s border used to throng with visitors during mainland China’s “Golden...

Environmental report for planned Hong Kong tech hub given conditional approval despite green groups’ concerns

A government advisory body has conditionally approved a report on the environmental impact of building a technology hub near the city’s border with mainland...

Hong Kong judge allows press group to challenge new restrictions on access to vehicle registry

Hong Kong’s leading press group can mount a legal challenge to the Transport Department’s new policy restricting media access to vehicle ownership records, a...

Hong Kong lawmaker questions gov’t film fund vetting process, citing ‘soft resistance’ in some movies

A Hong Kong lawmaker has questioned how a government film subsidy fund vetted projects, citing “views” that the scheme had backed movies promoting “soft...

Brand marketing procurement teams unhappy with their KPIs: WFA study

Source: WFA’s “Setting and delivering targets in marketing procurement” report, produced in partnership with Flock Associates. A new study by the World Federation of...
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