Thursday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

Natalie Dormer joins George Clooney in the latest Nespresso campaign (video above).

-Sources say former Droga5 CCO Ted Royer, who was fired from that agency in February after being placed on leave and investigated for unspecified claims, worked on DDB’s McDonald’s pitch.

-A group of digital marketers suing Facebook alleged the social media megalith knowingly exaggerated watch times on video ads for over a year.

-Publicis is selling healthcare subsidiary Publicis Health Services.

Martin Sorrell insists that S4 Capital isn’t snubbing creativity, that there are “creative data people” and “creative financial people.”

-Brown and Browner Advertising founder Derek Brown wonders why you aren’t angry about the industry’s lack of diversity.

Dave Trott says “A good ad is a sold ad.”