Adam&eve revives Space Invaders for Highways England

Adam&eveDDB doesn’t just do emotion, as in its recent debut for the National Lottery, but it’s rather good at simplicity too – one might even say the ‘brutal simplicity of thought’ so beloved of M&C Saatchi. The two aren’t mutually ...

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Interpublic mulls successor to CEO Michael Roth

Is more changing of the guard afoot among the holding companies? Campaign reckons that Interpublic CEO Michael Roth (below) has told the board he’s planning to step down (Roth is 72 and due to retire at 75) and notes that ...

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Wieden+Kennedy passes torch to new generation of DeCourcy and Blessington

Wieden+Kennedy has been shuffling the deck chairs in Portland although in its case the liner seems to be sailing serenely on. CCO Colleen DeCourcy and Tom Blessington, who’s returning to the agency after a year at YouTube, are its new ...

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Nike’s new ‘rallying cry’ for women misses the point

“Just Do it” is a rallying cry in Nike’s latest instalment of its 30-year celebration of its famous slogan. The campaign began with controversial American footballer Colin Kaepernick but this one is a diversity number, featuring lots of sportswomen you ...

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Axe Music opens the musical door to its old campaigns

You can’t go far wrong in a laundrette (or laundromat as they are these days) and Unilever brand Axe is returning to this trusty venue to launch Axe Music in a new campaign from 72andSunny Amsterdam. But this one is ...

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MDC Partners on sale block after CEO Kauffman quits

Who’s going to buy MDC Partners now? We’ve asked this question before (and had no takers) but chairman and CEO Scott Kauffman has resigned after three years during which time the company seemed to be recovering until it missed all ...

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