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  • Adbrands Daily Update 25th Feb 2019: Apple will team up with Goldman Sachs to launch a new credit card and consumer finance service, uniting two of the most prestigious names in US tech and banking. It
  • Dell remains 3rd, while Apple showed the weakest year-on-year growth (of just 0.1%) in 4th place. Acer rounded out the top five, with Asus ranked 6th globally. The top six companies alone account for
  • Cannes Lions named Apple as Creative Marketer of the Year for this year's Festival, kicking off in a few weeks. (It's actually slightly surprising that the company hasn't previously been honoured). The
  • Apple's revenues fell for the second consecutive quarter, and profits dropped by 27%, following another decline in sales of iPhone. It's the first time since the product was launched almost a decade ago
  • Their presence in Zambezi's new ad for Apple-owned Beats By Dre feels entirely appropriate (in a way it doesn't in the case of Lincoln or Sprite or Chase or whatever) and the ad itself is simply phenomenal,
  • each, among them international brands including Apple, Nike and Lancome. There were concerns nonetheless: this year's 27% increase is actually the lowest year-on-year lift since the event began a decade
  • especially investment analysts. Apple reported another spectacular quarter to September, the last of its financial year. A 20% lift in that period took total sales for the year to a whopping $265.6bn,
  • Apple "A Better You" by Apple & TBWA\DAN >Uber "See You Soon" by Special Group Australia Honda "Dreammakers: Jungle" by Wieden & Kennedy London >Levi's "It's Your Vote" by FCB West Regular readers
  • global marketing director and recruited the former Apple and Ford marketer Musa Tariq as head of marketing & experiences. The position of CMO remains empty following the departure of Jonathan Mildenhall
  • decline at 5th-ranked Apple and 11% among all other smaller manufacturers. Lenovo, though, saw a near-6% increase in shipments (as did #3 Dell), while HP was more or less flat. Acer in 4th place was up

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