• Travelers Debuts Campaign All Drivers Should Watch
    The campaign, from TBWA\Chiat\Day NY, highlights the tragic consequences that result from distracted driving.
  • Fearless Girl Uprooted (Temporarily, We Think)
    The bronze sculpture was removed from its spot in the Bowling Green section of downtown New York on Tuesday night, according to a bulletin issued by City and SSGA officials Wednesday morning.
  • Kantar, Landor Partner With Women Political Leaders
    Kantar has developed and launched the Reykjavik Index For Leadership, while Landor has devised what it calls a new form of "socially responsive" design.
  • Is AKQAOgilvy Next?
    Or GreyEssence maybe? WPP merged two of its oldest ad agencies today-JWT and Wunderman--and I guess we shouldn't be surprised.
  • WPP, David Attenborough Launch Climate Change Campaign
    Attenborough is working with a group of WPP agencies, including Grey and MediaCom, on a campaign urging people to share their experiences and opinions on climate change using the hashtag #TakeYourSeat.
  • Is IPG's Diversity Policy 'Toxic'?
    In his wrongful termination lawsuit against the company Jeremy Perrott and his lawyers are trying to make a broader statement-indictment really-of the #metoo and #timesup movements.
  • McCann Worldgroup, IPG Slapped With $25 Million Defamation, Wrongful Termination Suit
    Jeremy Perrott, who was chief creative officer at McCann Health until his dismissal in June, filed the suit in a federal court in Virginia. He says charges that he made comments to women like "nice rack" and "nice ass" are false.
  • Life's Not So Simple, But Brands Should Be
    The brand experts at Omnicom's Seigal+Gale keep a close watch to award their annual World Simplest Brands awards.
  • Tony Hawk Is Latest Celeb To Open An Ad Agency
    The skateboarding legend just formed Detroit and San Diego-based D/CAL. He is hedging his bets by partnering with some battle-tested agency pros.
  • Dismissed! GAO Upholds Its Decision Booting McCann From Army Review
    But it isn't over yet -- McCann has indicated it will appeal in U.S. Federal Court.
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