Friday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-FCB Inferno continued its “#QueenRules” campaign tackling gender bias (video above).

-Nike brand president Trevor Edwards is resigning as the company has “become aware of  reports of behavior occurring within our organization that do not reflect our core values.”

-Integrated agency Golin partnered with The 3% Conference, SheSays and EvolveHer to launch a “Have Her Back” campaign aiming to promote female talent in the industry and help women who have left after being ostracized for reporting sexual harassment to return.


-H&M filed a lawsuit against graffiti artist Jason “REVOK” Williams, refuted his copyright protection claims.

-Creative agency Rothco launched a “JFK Unsilenced” campaign for The Times, using AI to recreate Kennedy’s voice and deliver the Dallas Trade Mart speech he had planned to make on the day of his assassination.

-Reebok announced that it has signed Gal Gadot as its newest brand ambassador.

-Former Droga5 creative directors Nathan Lennon and Dave Gibson left the agency last year to start Hawke’s Brewing Co. in Sydney, Australia. 

-Mirum managing director Julie Koepsell explains how to make slower decisions.