• Mastercard's Brand Ambassadors From Sport Unite For Global Campaign
    This latest "Start Something Priceless" effort, from McCann, leverages the universal passion around sport and its inherent values of teamwork, sportsmanship, generosity and inclusion to demonstrate that it only takes a moment to connect with people to make a greater impact.
  • Longtime OMD Veteran Gottlieb Stepping Down
    Colin Gottlieb is credited with building out the agency network's EMEA footprint across 63 countries with 9,000 employees. He will continue as an advisor into 2020. The move comes as OMG is planning changes to its regional management structure.
  • Stop Handgun Violence Campaigns Against 3D Weapons
    Sadly, the bigger problem is the widespread legal availability of good old -ashioned guns made of steel. The alleged UNC shooter used a legally purchased handgun.
  • Sir Martin Belittles WPP's Growth Institute
    It seems to be an ongoing goal of Sorrell's -- to be an irritating burr under WPP's saddle.
  • Scott Kauffman's Soft Landing Out Of MDC
    On top of his total compensation last year, the former MDC Partners CEO received a $3.6 million severance package.
  • Keeping It Real: Industry Giants Form A Growth Institute
    A gaggle of household names in the business and higher education worlds have formed an institute to help CMOs and other business leaders drive more effective growth strategies.
  • CVS Health To Agencies: Thank You For Not (Promoting) Smoking
    Brilliant move, CVS. I wonder how agency executives can live with themselves, hawking tobacco knowing what a toxic and deadly product it is.
  • March For Our Lives And Gen L (Generation Lockdown)
    March For Our Lives has issued a powerful new PSA from McCann that highlights the stark reality of the potentially dangerous situation faced by school kids in the U.S.
  • Penn's Mark On MDC Partners
    Mark Penn has been at the helm of MDC Partners for a little over a month and he's already putting his stamp on the holding company.
  • Report Finds Marketers Still Lack Necessary Media Skills
    Some 71% of survey respondents rated levels of investment in media training unsatisfactory or entirely unsatisfactory.
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