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Arnold
Communications
modernista!
advances
Startup Modernista! is already in the thick of things. The Boston shop, helmed by
former Arnold
creative star Lance Jensen, has surfaced as a contender in the Airwalk pitch and lured Mary Davenport from Holland Mark to direct operations.
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monster.com
returns
For the second year in a row, online employment service Monster.com went
to the Super Bowl with an offbeat, black-and-white
spot by Mullen. The gentle satire of 1999 has been replaced by the poetry of Robert Frost and a touch
of magic.
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Simons IN
Win-Win
Partners & Simons has been chosen to create and place
consumer and trade ads launching WinWin.com, a Boston-based firm that aims to increase the effectiveness
of Internet banner advertising.
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Goodbye,
mr. doig
After less than four months as creative director, John Doig has unexpectedly left Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos. The post will not be immediately filled.
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Ryan's Song
In his 16 years of advertising, dennis Ryan has written numerous beer ads, mostly for Anheuser-Busch. But now, the
ECD has switched brands. Jenn Goddu profiles the man who hopes to put Miller Genuine Draft--and
J. Walter Thompson
in Chicago--on the map. Plus, New Campaigns and Barbara Lippert.
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