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Kobe Bryant Brings His Mad Beethoven-Playing Piano Skills to Lenovo Ad Moonlight Sonata calms him down

Lenovo has moved on (at least for the moment) from comparing itself to Apple to having Kobe Bryant play Beethoven on the piano with symphonic accompaniment for no reason. Really.…

August 28, 2013, 9:43 AM EDT

Bruce Lee Rises Again in Johnnie Walker Ad, but He's Not All There Here's the real problem with this spot

Re-enter the dragon? Johnnie Walker and BBH resurrect Bruce Lee via CGI technology (and footage of lookalike actor Danny Chan) for this boring Chinese commercial. The spot, approved by Lee's…

July 11, 2013, 9:47 AM EDT

P&G Profits Up But Revenue Falls Short Packaged goods brands cites 'choppy' global market

While Procter & Gamble's profits rose 6 percent in the third quarter due to cost-cutting and gained market share in North America, revenue fell short of analyst expectations, The Washington…

April 24, 2013, 4:44 PM EDT

LinkedIn Hits Big Milestone; Brands Could Flock Next Networking site gets to 200 million after launching more ad products

LinkedIn has surpassed 200 million users, the firm announced today, while breaking out where they live for the benefit of advertisers and curious tech watchers. Seventy-four million are in the…

January 9, 2013, 11:24 AM EST

72-Year-Old Man Models Teen Clothes for His Granddaughter's Label China's Yuekou brand goes classic

The right look for your models can make or break your fashion label, which is why it's surprising that Chinese teen-girl fashion clothier Yuekou is using a 72-year-old man as…

November 26, 2012, 10:58 AM EST

The Great Brand of China The Eastern power aims to become a formidable player in the U.S. marketplace

While China bashing took center stage during this presidential election, with both candidates blaming the Eastern power for U.S. economic woes, things are a little different on the consumer front.…

October 29, 2012, 12:04 AM EDT

Culture of Loss: An American Adman in China John Benet reflects on an uncertain future for the nation, and himself

After 23 years in the ad business, mostly working as a freelance producer, John Benet, the star of Sunshine, a short documentary by his friend, director Doug Nichol, doesn't have…

March 29, 2012, 10:43 AM EDT

Join Wieden + Kennedy, and Enter a Permanent Psychedelic Dream State Shanghai office's trippy help-wanted video

Animation remains the easiest way to feature both an octo-shark and a skyscraper rocket in a single advertisement. So clearly, it was the only way to go with this eye-candy-riffic…

March 21, 2012, 9:36 AM EDT

Anomaly Opens Shop in Amsterdam, Eyes Brazil Bows in the Netherlands With the Hire of Hazelle Klonhammer

Anomaly would have arrived in The Netherlands eventually. The backing of MDC Partners just made it happen faster. This week, the 7-year-old agency opens its third office (after New York and…

November 15, 2011, 6:16 AM EST

China Will Soon Be 'Second-Biggest Market' Says WPP Chief Launches marketing school in Shanghai

WPP chief executive Martin Sorrell says China will overtake the U.K. as the firm’s second-biggest market within two to four years. "I would anticipate that China would become our third market…

October 31, 2011, 7:51 AM EDT

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