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Google: Don't be evil. Unless it comes to copyright, then it's fine.

Just a couple of days ago, I wrote that in the latest Wikileaks email dump there showed a very cozy relationship between Google's Eric Schmidt and Team Hillary Clinton, which should come as no surprise to anyon

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Wikileaks shows Google's Eric Schmidt is extra cozy with US Government

It's November 1st. The 2016 U.S. election is now just a week away and yet with all the talk of Russia it feels more like the Cold War.

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BULLITT Fuels High-Octane Roster With Director Mouse McCoy

BULLITT, a company known for crafting content at the intersection of entertainment and advertising, is excited to welcome director Mouse McCoy to its diverse and compelling roster.

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Anheuser-Busch kills Amy Schumer & Seth Rogen "Party" campaign as sales decline

It comes as a surprise to no one here in the Adland offices that the Anheuser-Busch "Party" campaign created by Wieden & Kennedy starring Seth Rogen and Amy Schumer failed to resonate with the target market.

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Danish Socialists don't want Americans to vote for Trump

This clever out-of-home stunt makes it look like Donald Trump's eyes are perpetually rolling. Neat, right? I love the idea of a foreign ad agency taking such an interest in my country's election year and urging American expats to vote. Then I started thinking about it. And I hated it.

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MISTRESS names new social media director, Iyana Sarrafieh

Mistress, the multi-disciplinary creative agency based here, has hired Iyana Sarrafieh as Director, Social Media, a new position. She reports directly to agency founding creative partner Damien Eley, who oversees the agency’s expanding social media portfolio.

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A Date with the Donald. Reporter Climbed TrumpWorld's Tower of Babble and Survived

In 2003 I was assigned to write about Donald Trump, which was published as Assessing Donald Trump as brand in Adage.

When I first met Donald Trump, he did not grab.

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