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Just over four months after being promoted and identified as part of the next generation of leadership at Goodby Silverstein & Partners, executive creative director Eric Kallman is leaving the agency to work as a freelancer and "pursue other outside creative interests."
Stock car legends Richard "The King" Petty and the late Dale "The Intimidator" Earnhardt won the most Nascar season titles with seven apiece—putting them in rarified air among the many drivers who have raced over the decades.
The Super Bowl already feels a world away. But in this week's top 10, we'd still like to recognize some of the spots that weren't released before the game—specifically, RAM Trucks, M&M's and Oreo.
As if there weren’t enough Orwellian examples of creative advertising reviews sans creative, along comes the global HSBC contest and a new poll that finds marketers increasingly are focusing on cost and efficiencies when reviewing their accounts.
Across town from Michael’s, New York’s power-lunch hot spot of lore, Docks Oyster Bar has supplanted Patroon as the destination for McCann Erickson execs, while 3,000 miles away, ad types are finding their way to San Francisco hangouts like Anchor & Hope and Old Ship Saloon.
Jeff Goodby is seeking African-American applicants for the second annual Goodby Silverstein & Partners Digital Fellowship, which comes with a scholarship subsidy to Stockholm’s Hyper Island educational institute.