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In Memory of Mike D'Abreu

A few years ago everyone I know in advertising was nodding heads and shedding tears when the Martin Agency’s President Mike Hughes wrote a posthumous blog post on what life (and death) meant.

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Al Patton hired by 22Squared as their Executive Creative Director

Full-service advertising agency 22squared today announced the addition of Al Patton as SVP, Executive Creative Director.

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Ad Blocking probes may be illegal in the EU

Alexander Hanff, CEO of Think Privacy went on a twitter tear Saturday after he received a letter from the European Commission confirming that browser-side web scripts that pick out advert blockers access people's personal data, and thus must be treated like cookies in the EU - that is you have

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Intel admits there's internal resistance to diversity outreach

Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich spoke at the PUSHTech 2020 conference on Saturday, where he admitted that the company’s bid to become more inclusive to minorities has meet internal resistance; “People worry that as a white man, you’re kind of under siege to a certain extent.”

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Swedish Liberal party has a new logo - that looks like a penis.

The Liberal People's Party in Sweden (formerly known as Folkpartiet now known as Liberalerna) have changed their logo.

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Adland Live at D&AD Festival, Part Two: In Conversation With Tim Lindsay

Tim Lindsay is sporting a new beard for D&AD 2016, but otherwise he remains unchanged; the same boundless energy and boyish charm, seemingly unaffected by the creative chaos that throngs around him.

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Chevy pays tribute to Prince with a Little Red Corvette

Prince, who passed away yesterday has already had a slew of hits honoring the brilliant singer, song writer and multi-instrumentalist. It was only a matter of time before a brand also did the same.

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