Tag Archives: The Telegraph

What Comes Between Calvin Klein and Controversy? Nothing.

There’s been a fair amount of pearl-clutching this past week over the new Calvin Klein ad campaign, described thusly by Bethan Holt in The Telegraph. Calvin Klein launches predictably provocative advertising campaign. But can sex still shock? Calvin Klein’s new advertising … Continue reading

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Why Tom Stoppard Is Right to Be a Snob

Several months ago British playwright Tom Stoppard created a tempest in a theaterpot with an interview he gave to the Telegraph. Quiz: Are Tom Stoppard’s plays too clever for you? As the playwright says he has to dumb down his … Continue reading

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Facecrook! Privacy Lawsuit An Initial Public Offing?

Right before Facebook launched its ballyhooed but disappointing Initial Public Offering (IPO), the social media behemoth got whacked with a behemoth class-action suit over its privacy practices. Via The Telegraph: Facebook hit with $15bn privacy lawsuit ahead of stock market debut The company … Continue reading

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