If allegations of inappropriate conduct are true it wouldn't be the first time a big agency review has devolved into a major debacle. Remember Wal-Mart?
I never thought about this before. How similar the names Santa and Satan are. Thank you, Anomaly, and Happy Holidays to you, as well.
A new era begins at the ad agency today as Interpublic Group named a new CEO to switch things up at the scandal-ridden shop. Kristen Cavallo is the first female CEO in the agency's history.
The 4As stripped Joe Alexander of one of its most prestigious awards. Other awards groups, like Cannes Lions, should follow suit.
A new 2018 trend report is out and the first one cited in the study jumps off the page in light of recent reports about men abusing their power to sexually harass women.
Maybe it's time for some radical surgery management-wise to repair a problem that's been going on for decades.
But he wouldn't. The Martin Agency creative veteran Joe Alexander issued a lame statement to "Ad Age" saying he resigned because he didn't want to hurt his "family" with a prolonged sex harassment investigation.
Carat, part of Dentsu Aegis Network, has been the media agency incumbent for the company's North America region since 2015 and has been invited to defend the assignment.
While the news is filled with stories about discriminatory behavior by law enforcement, more people in this country experience discrimination while shopping.
Alexander's long tenure at the agency as creative leader abruptly ended late last week without any explanation from the IPG shop.