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Michael Lee: how did the Super Bowl first-timers fare?

Michael Lee: how did the Super Bowl first-timers fare?

Michael Lee is a former ECD of Euro RSCG New York handling Volvo Worldwide. Born in England, he spent 20 years working on integrated accounts including Intel, JP Morgan, ExxonMobil and Jaguar. In 2012 he set up agency search consultancy ...

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Keira Knightley smoulders in vain for Chanel

Keira Knightley smoulders in vain for Chanel

This one might change Keira Knightley’s image: the actress best-known for playing Jane Austen heroines has had her new ad for Coco Chanel Mademoiselle banned in the UK because it’s too sexy. Actually it’s only been banned in daytime programmes ...

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UK ad copy body Clearcast sticks by baffling decision to ban Bogusky SodaStream ad

UK ad copy body Clearcast sticks by baffling decision to ban Bogusky SodaStream ad

Silly old Clearcast, the media owner-owned body that clears and prepares commercials for transmission in the UK, is sticking by its highly controversial decision to ban SodaStream’s ad knocking the (alleged) excesses of the soft drinks industry. SodaStream’s appeal against ...

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SodaStream enlists Alex Bogusky as it steps up anti-waste war with Coke

SodaStream enlists Alex Bogusky as it steps up anti-waste war with Coke

Star creative Alex Bogusky, the former ‘chief insurgent officer’ at MDC Partners which bought his agency Crispin Porter+Bogusky, has returned to the advertising fold (temporarily at least) with this campaign for bubble-maker SodaStream. Bogusky and SodaStream have been doing their ...

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Sodastream goes to war with Coca-Cola on waste

Sodastream goes to war with Coca-Cola on waste

Companies are such good global citizens these days (the LBGT community of lesbians, bisexuals,gays and transgenders seems to have more supporters than Manchester United). But the favourite theme for most of the world’s big corporations seems to be ‘sustainability,’ with ...

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