Tuesday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Y&R Peru uses fragmented imagery to show how we’re “Connected” in a spot for Movistar. link

-Comcast cheers and the FCC surely jeers the U.S. Court of Appeals’ net neutrality decision. link

-Bailout beneficiaries top Harris Interactive’s list of the ten most disliked companies in America. link

-Former Nokia principal researcher Jan Chipchase joined frog design as ECD. link

-Facebook scams keep coming and the company keeps deleting. link

-MDC Partners continues its buying spree, this time acquiring PR firm Sloane & Company. link

-HP appointed Siemens alum David Shirk to SVP of worldwide marketing for its enterprise business division. link

-Publicis Groupe acquired Toronto-based healthcare agency In-Sync. link

-HTC cites its “successful” advertising push for helping the brand beat earnings estimates in Q1 of this year. link

-What does the future of agency relationships look like? link

-Internet/mobile radio ad network TargetSpot formed a partnership with Cox Media Group. link

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