Tuesday Morning Stir

By Patrick Coffee 

-BBDO New York and Bacardi have answered the eternal question: how does one dance to Diplo?

-JWT New York CEO Lynn Power tells Adweek that the agency’s “culture has changed quite a bit” beyond some lawsuit you may have read about somewhere.

-Why did TBWA’s Paul Pateman decide to leave advertising forever? Pneumonia.


-The most important question about Cannes this year is, of course, what to wear. (No hairy toes 4 bros.)

-Get ready for some shocking news: teens are spending less time watching TV and more time on their phones.

-The Financial Times reveals that Arthur Sadoun—who is obsessed with doing things quickly—waited a full 45 minutes to accept his first Publicis job offer from Maurice Levy.

-Mediacom U.K. CEO Josh Krichefski is pretty tired of seeing people “tweeting shit about how important diversity is and then not doing anything about it.”

-Production company Stink Studios promoted James Britton, formerly of AKQA, to the role of global managing director.

-Account director Molly Friedman moved from W+K New York to barrettSF, where she will handle 2K Games and other clients.