Tuesday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-A New York man is claiming partial ownership of Facebook. link

-UNICEF unveils dirty water vending machines in New York as part of its ongoing Tap Project. link

-First Lady Michelle Obama and Major League Baseball team up to encourage a healthier generation of kids. link

-Google says its mobile search and ads are growing rapidly this year. link

-AKQA and Fiat have launched the green-themed application, eco:Drive Fleet. link

-Young & Laramore has been named AOR for Brazilian baked goods brand Bauducco Foods.

-Victors & Spoils is looking for a junior creative director to work with new CD Noah Clark. link

-One scribe offers nine steps on how to sell creative work to clients. link

-Connor Swegle joined Hollywood-based production studio/branding consultancy Troika as EP. link

-Discount retailer Marshalls is moving into Canada. link

-Mobile banners beat standard online ads in clicks and conversions. link

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