Tuesday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 


-Deutsch’s latest for VW reminds us that the new Tiguan model can stop on a dime. Or a cop.

-There’s another wave of media reviews on the horizon. Not that you care.

-BBH global chief strategy officer Sarah Watson says, “Because of the scale on which American advertising operates, there’s a much more aggressive, cutthroat culture.”

-Brussels agency FCB Happiness is helping Carlsberg bring its founder JC Jacobsen “back to life” in an event celebrating its 170th anniversary.

-Is Johnson&Johnson really one of millennials “100 favorite brands?” We call bullshit.

-The Social Element account director Natalie Marsan discusses “giving up the NYC grind for travel, work and family.”

-Rumors of Snapchat’s death appear to have been greatly exaggerated.

-And it’s not just Evan Spiegel running everything himself, by the way.

-It finally happened: millenials have transcended language.

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