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Bakery "Paul," lanuches line of cakes based on gender gap statistics.

Paul, a french patisserie based in Romania, has launched a cake line to create awareness about the gender gap in bakeries across the country. Cakes include The "Salary Gap" cake The "Misrepresentation Cake" (in politics)

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Sapient India is looking for Troublemakers

Sapient has a new recruitment campaign called Troublemakers. They are on the hunt for creative unicorns who are still in advertising and haven't left this business yet. While this is a pan India campaign, some experiential installations will be living in all Sapient offices worldwide.

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To promote its new art collection, IKEA launches photo app KLIKK

IKEA's new app, KLIKK, only allows you to take one photo. The idea is to remind you that there are actually skills involved in photography, so you have to plan ahead to think about time, light, exposure and more.

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Want to know something about Sweden? Call Sweden

Sweden is celebrating the 250th anniversary of becoming the first country in the world to abolish censorship. To prove how open they are, INGO created the first ever telephone number for a country for the Swedish Tourist Association.

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Brave responds to NAA accusations of ad substituitions: You've misunderstood

Seems that as soon as the better browser Brave was released, a lot of people were confused on how it works. Since it can strip ads from any website, some thought it would replace the ads with their own.

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GAP Kids pulls and apologized for ad people thought racist. Nobody blinked at last years ad.

GAP Kids and Ellen DeGeneres have been making their "girl power" fun filled ads for a two years now, each ad showing kids of all sizes and, yes, ethnicities who aren't just pretty faces on a billboard but also are skater queens, drummers, dancers, DJ's, astronomers and little humanitari

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Gawker's appeal filed: seeks to relieve Nick Denton of punitive damages

Gawker's team of expensive lawyers have filed motion to reverse the $25.1 million in punitive damages as well as an appeal against Terry Bollea, in Florida.

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