}Bill Clinton and Al Gore didn’t exactly find themselves jobless after leaving office a month ago. But that didn’t stop ever-resourceful Monster.com from wooing them to shill for its online […]
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Tim Nudd is a former creative editor of Adweek.
Testing the general theory that former poachers make the best game wardens, one man in Canada is using advertising to orchestrate a remarkable comeback from the depths of a prison […]
Seems like you just can’t win an ad award these days without your car getting trashed. Well, not exactly. But the folks at Young & Laramore in Indianapolis might be […]
Gov. Tony Knowles, keen defender of Alaska’s interests, has a big issue on his mind. No, not arctic oil drilling. Ad folks from L.A. dissing his Alaskan salmon. When a […]
}Is my fly open? Am I having a bad hair day? Maybe there’s food hanging off my chin. These were among Marcio Moreira’s thoughts as he flew British Airways from […]
Jane Jayroe has heard just about every butt-related pun under the sun in the last few weeks, and is getting a little tired of it. “You might come up with […]
There are many directors who probably should be chained and locked up. Whitey Bel-Air III actually was. Or was he? Bel-Air, grim-faced in prison-issue scrubs, recently arrived at the Marina […]
Last time we checked in with the folks in Utah, they were busy using prison inmates to call potential tourists.
There are basically two things you can do if you misplace a diamond worth $6 million. Jump off a building or take out an ad. At Brinks, the world’s largest […]
Shops don’t often send out treatises elaborating on staffing woes. It came as some surprise, then, when Shoptalk received a release purporting to be from a small Boston shop and […]