DDB to Part With New York President, CEO and 20-Year Veteran Chris Brown

U.S. president Paul Gunning will assume some of his responsibilities in the interim


DDB New York president and CEO Chris Brown will soon be leaving the agency after more than two decades, a spokesperson confirmed this week.

Brown will remain in the position during a transitional process until the end of the year, as the agency finds a replacement in the role. Paul Gunning, who was promoted from DDB Chicago CEO to U.S. president and COO this summer, will take on some of his responsibilities in the interim while also acting to choose his successor.

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