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    In a breathy email, Torrenzano Group asks, "Is your company or industry prepared to respond effectively to a 'Trump tweet' or a regulatory surprise?"
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    Dentsu's Doug Ray is out with a piece about traits media agency executives have to have. Thing is, those traits have been resident within ad agencies for, well, ever.
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    Steve Greenblatt, otherwise known as the Creative Overlord, runs a Dayton, Ohio-based creative shop called Steve Greenblatt Creative.
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    The goal is to provide these brands with a physical presence on one of the most popular shopping streets in the country.
  • Fallon Opens New York Office. Fails to Mention First Effort Failed
    The agency's second attempt at trying to make it in The Big Apple will focus on beauty. That's right. Beauty.
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    The goal was to expose the students to the inner workings of real world advertising agencies and to connect these students with the human resources folks in each of the 15 agencies.
  • Agency's Horror Movie Trailer Celebrates Change in Office Location by Slamming Previous Landlord
    The video, called The Move, gleefully skewers what we've all experienced at least once in our office-based lives: crappy digs.
  • Nigel Vaz's Publicis.Sapient Role Expanded To Include DigitasLBi Global President
    Publicis Groupe's Publicis.Sapient has appointed Nigel Vaz global president for DigitasLBi.
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    Well, well, well. This is some fancy new, right? For the 11th year in a row, BBDO Worldwide has scored the top spot on The Gunn Report's list of most creative agency networks in the world.
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    A contest announced by Levy in December encouraged people to sign up for a chance to win a day in his office. Upwards of 4,000 people entered.
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