• 'Fearless Girl' Captures Top NA Effie Award
    The award-winning campaign from McCann for State Street Global Advisors added another top honor to its trophy case Thursday night, when it captured the Grand Effie at a gala ceremony in New York.
  • Wearing Black At Cannes?
    As a statement on gender inequality? Please -- half the industry will be wearing black anyway.
  • Accenture Gets Blowback From Agency Groups For Launching Programmatic Practice
    The 4As and the UK's IPA are protesting Accenture's move to start a programmatic practice, citing blatant conflicts of interest.
  • Thank You GDPR, My In Box Is Getting Less Cluttered By The Day
    Companies I've never heard of (or haven't paid attention to) are sending me notes saying that if don't respond soon, they'll take me off their email lists.
  • Havas Has Big AI Plans Of Its Own
    Publicis Groupe's Marcel is getting most of the ink right now. But on this side of the pond, Havas today unveiled a big bet of its own in the AI space.
  • Deutsch Enlists Hollywood Star Power In First Campaign For New Ticketing App
    Watch out, Fandango -- studio-backed startup Atom Tickets wants to eat your lunch. And now it's deploying some advertising firepower to help the effort. Popcorn anyone?
  • Just In Time For Viva Tech 2018, Maurice Levy Sheds His Corporate Look
    It's not quite as bushy as the facial hair that David Letterman is sporting these days, but the former Publicis Groupe CEO has a new hirsute look.
  • Battle Lines Are Drawn As WPP Stakeholders Take Sides
    While some say WPP chairman Roberto Quarta has botched the handling of Martin Sorrell's departure, he has received support from the firm's biggest shareholder.
  • ANA Receives Coveted President's Award For Its Work On Media Transparency
    The awards keep rolling in to the Association of National Advertisers for the group's efforts regarding media transparency and its industrywide impact.
  • Agencies Need To Toss The 'Bad Client Narrative'
    In other words agencies, lose your own bad attitude and convert those perceived client shortcomings into growth opportunities.
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