How Tinder Told the Thoroughly Modern Tale of a Woman Swiping Right Around the World

Girl meets boy. Girl travels the world with boy. Happiness ensues.

This Ad For The Rolling Stones Was Deemed Too Sexy For the London Underground

You can't stop rock stars from doing what they want. Unless, of course, they've decided to place their iconic tongue logo atop a woman's private parts and run it on the London underground. Then, apparently, the rockin' can be stopped.  

For This N.Y. Shop, Selling Broadway Shows Is Anything but Traditional

Specs Who (Front to back) ecd Bashan Aquart, managing partner Elizabeth Furze, content director Jamaal Parham and managing partner Scott Moore What Full-service entertainment marketing agency

This Agency Was Tackling Search Before Google Even Existed

Specs Who Michael Bruh (l.), president, COO; Selina Eizik, U.S. CEO; Anton Konikoff, founder, global CEO What Paid search and SEO agency Where New York, London and Singapore

Creature Finds Its President in Seattle City Hall

Seattle agency Creature found its new president in City Hall.

The New Head of McCann Erickson N.Y. Misses the Rain and Camaraderie of London

Specs Who Chris Macdonald

London is the Next Market For Droga5

Droga5's next office will be in London.

First Mover: Robert Harwood-Matthews

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BBDO Creatives Dissect Breakthrough Spots

CANNES, France—In an effort to drill down to the essence of truly great creative, David Lubars, chairman and chief creative officer of BBDO North America, convened a panel of three fellow BBDO creative executives on Wednesday at Cannes tasked with presenting one ad that represented what they considered breakthrough craft.

Much More Than ‘Mad Men’

Overlooked in the three-martini Madison Avenue lunching of TV’s fictional Sterling Cooper agency is arguably a more intoxicating story: the creative revolution that upended the New York City ad industry in the 1960s.