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The World In 2013, on sale on November 22nd, is filled with opinion and analysis from our experts on what will happen across the world in 2013. Now it’s your turn to have your say.
LIKE the grey glass that enshrouds its headquarters, Dentsu is impenetrable. It is Asia’s biggest advertising agency, with annual revenues of over ¥330 billion ($4.2 billion) in 2011.
WHEN retailers want to entice customers to buy a particular product, they typically offer it at a discount. According to a new study to be published in the Journal of Marketing, they are missing a trick.
IN JAPAN companies are built to last. The world’s oldest firm is a Japanese builder, Kongo Gumi, which dates back to 578. More than 14 centuries later, it sticks to its core business: the upkeep of Buddhist temples in Osaka.
IS A smell that reminds you of 7.5m people, 17,000 black cabs and one rather hot Tube system something you want to put on your face before a night out?