• 'Adweek,' Coffee Ask VA Judge To Toss Defamation Claim
    The publication and its then-reporter Patrick Coffee were sued by former Martin Agency creative chief Joe Alexander for defamation, stemming from reporting done by Coffee following posts on Diet Madison Avenue alleging that Alexander was a sex harasser.
  • The World According To WARC
    In its latest ad trends report industry research service WARC has identified three broad trends in 2019.
  • 2010s: Decade of Mobile, Streaming
    When Was The Year Of Mobile Anyway? Some thought it was 2007. Others were still waiting for it in 2012.
  • Report: Black Professionals Stymied In Efforts To Reach The Top
    The report, sponsored by Interpublic and other major corporations, found that black professionals hold only 3.2% of all executive or senior leadership roles in the U.S. and less than 1% of all Fortune 500 CEO positions.
  • How Much Progress Has Adland Made On The Gender Equality Front?
    Not much according to 'The New York Times,' which published a story Monday calling out the industry for ongoing sexism and stereotyping of women.
  • New Guinness Record For 'Simultaneous Unboxing'
    Simultaneous event activity has become a thing over the past few years and companies have co-opted it into marketing plans quite nicely.
  • Havas Continues Acquisition Spree in Fast-Growing India Market
    Experiential agency Shobiz is the company's third agency acquisition in the country this year. Zenith predicts India will become the second-largest contributor to global ad spend growth in themid-2020s.
  • Laura Desmond's Full Plate Just Got Fuller
    The former Publicis Groupe media veteran has just been named chair of Smartly.io, which Providence Equity Partners has acquired control of for about $220 million.
  • U.S. Navy Issues RFI For New Advertising Recruitment Contract
    The last contract was awarded to WPP's Y&R (now part of VMLY&R) back in 2015. The new contract is scheduled to take effect in May 2020.
  • Consumers Worry More About Privacy Than Any Other Issue Except Healthcare
    That's according to a new study from Wunderman Thompson Data, which found that 58% of consumers are very concerned about the privacy and security of their personal information and data.
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