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Duchenne sufferer Alex is the “world’s strongest boy” from WCRS

Duchene Muscular Dystrophy is a wasting disease affecting about one in 3,600 boys. It leads to increasing difficulties as they grow older and a life expectancy of somewhere in the twenties. There is, as yet, no cure. Emily Crossley and ...

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Unilever says brands lead to a bright future

Unilever has been busily positioning itself as the Goody Two-Shoes of the commercial world over the past decade or so and now it’s made this ad (more corporate film actually), ‘Bright Future,’ putting its sustainable cards on the table. With ...

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Lord Bell quits Bell Pottinger for new frontières

Lord Bell (Tim to you and me) is quitting as chairman of PR firm Bell Pottinger to set up a new outfit, Sans Frontières. By the sounds of it Sans Frontières will roam the wilder shore of PR and communications, ...

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Poor Enfatico is still down in the Boonedocks

One Torrence Boone, who’s now a VP at Google charged with agency relationships, founds himself at the centre of a mini-storm that may well gather into something bigger. Back in 2008 Boone (left) was one of the leading lights of ...

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Cindy Gallop for new Publicis head coach?

At last we’re getting somewhere in the Kevin Roberts sexism farrago. Former BBH New York chairman (or should that be..) Cindy Gallop (below), who seems to have garnered about as much publicity out of this as Roberts, has tweeted: “My ...

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Is dumped Saatchi boss Kevin Roberts the victim of a new industry orthodoxy?

What many people who have lined up to applaud the demise of Kevin Roberts for his supposedly sexist remarks have overlooked is that he’s been suspended by Publicis Groupe for voicing an opinion. Not for sexual harassment or discriminating against ...

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