Friday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Mullen cuts 5% of staff in Boston. link

-Hanukkah ham anyone? link

-Ogilvy promoted Steve Dahllof to Regional CEO of Ogilvy PR Asia Pacific, while Christopher Graves was named Global CEO of the international PR agency effective January 2010. link

-ATTIK promoted Abby Green to senior account executive on the Scion account and Oliver Ralph to director of business development. Meanwhile, the agency appointed Crispin/BBDO alum Katherine Stout as account director (also on Scion) and Cory Pierce as planning director. link

-Looks like Saab is dead. link

-Chobani Greek yogurt picked Gotham as its AOR. link

-Privacy groups want their old Facebook settings back. link

-Greystripe and Tribal Fusion seems to be thriving off web-to-mobile campaigns. link

-We kinda dig this firm’s website. link

-The Iranian Cyber Army attacks Twitter. link

-The Buffalo Sabres launched an online, fantasy-like hockey game. link

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