Friday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-BBH London launched a campaign for St. John Ambulance featuring a babygrow (stretchy baby onesie) which describes how to perform CPR on an infant (video above).

Dentsu Aegis Network U.S. appointed Patrick Venetucci as its first president of operations and integration.

-Samsung reported a $5.3 billion loss following the Galaxy Note 7 recall.

-Hershey Co. president and CEO John Bilbrey will retire from the position on July 1, continuing as non-executive chairman of the board.

-Wunderman CEO Mark Read claims”data-driven agencies have advantage over traditional creative shops.”

-Adweek chats with Design Army CCO Pum Lefebure.

-Someone should tell The Drum that management consultancies and ad agencies are not the same thing. Unless it’s true.

-AdAge thinks eBay and other brands “Should Have Done ‘Extreme Vetting’ of Ken Bone.”