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Faculty Blog

30 April 2014
Neil Kay, Professorial Fellow
I read in a Scottish national newspaper yesterday that "The National Union of Journalists said that 99 per cent of the 50 BBC members who attended a meeting in...

Faculty Blog

24 April 2014
Neil Kay, Professorial Fellow
WARNING: TWO-TIER SYSTEM (Photo credit: cjmartin)Those of us of a certain age will remember fondly the old days when San Francisco and Berkeley were known for their...

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17 April 2014
Neil Kay, Professorial Fellow
I have an affliction which strikes many academics.  I read things indiscriminately if they are put before me, whether they are the conditions of sale for a...

Faculty Blog

07 April 2014
Jane Priest, Teaching Fellow
Is anyone else getting annoyed by the widespread use of ‘wackaging’? In the UK, countless brands are talking to us like we are toddlers. Marketers&rsquo...

Faculty Blog

01 April 2014
Neil Kay, Professorial Fellow
Slightly confusing signs (Photo credit: Dano)If there is one thing that frustrates a traveller, it is the signage traps that are laid out to ready to catch them at...

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24 March 2014
Ken Brown, MBA Programme Director
Source:  www.fanboysanonymous.comIn 2013 the value of a bitcoin fluctuated between  $20 and $1000, in late March 2014 it is now priced at around $590, but it...

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21 March 2014
Jane Priest, Teaching Fellow
And the anwser is ... (Photo credit: jepoirrier)British lingerie and swimwear retailer Bravissimo increased pay-per-click sales by 600% and doubled conversion rates...

Faculty Blog

21 March 2014
Steve Carter, Professor of Marketing
Clouds from plane (Photo credit: Retinafunk)It’s the old, old story... the bigger you get the worse your service delivery gets? On recent trips overseas, on my...

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21 February 2014
Ken Brown, MBA Programme Director
Facebook has just bought WhatsApp for $19bn.Source:appleinsider.com-          So what, what’s WhatsApp anyway?It...