An Economist spokesperson said the company did not know whether it benefited from misused Facebook data.
Mountains and ocean? YAWN.
The Economist fell back on clichéd imagery to promote their special report on the rise and importance of Latinos in the U.S. Let's try a bit harder next time.
The publisher apologised for complaining in a review of a new history of the slave trade that "almost all the blacks in his book were victims, almost all the whites villains".
"Now pick on someone your own sise." HT Robert Guest.
Lives lived well, lives lived badly. But certainly lived.
Leading the world's biggest digital business isn't enough for some.
Bit.ly, a website that allows users to shortens URLs, released an interactive map Thursday that shows in realtime which site are most popular in every state according to bit.ly links.
From The Economist to The Face.
Here's the best of Brit ad wit from the last 40 years.
Curiously, President Clinton is not included.