Wednesday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-Miami Ad School students are trying to save the Amur leopard by trademarking its print (video above).

-Facebook added four products to its Facebook Audience Network targeted ad business.

-Digiday explains “Why AMC isn’t cutting the cord.”

Kim Kardashian removed social media posts promoting a morning sickness pill created by Canadian pharmaceutical company Duchesnay Inc. which the FDA criticized as “false and misleading” for failing to disclose side effects.

-Wheaties partnered with the Fulton brewery in Minneapolis to create HefeWheaties.

-Copyranter goes “Deep inside an agency all-nighter.”

-Twitter is launching an API to give brands access to every public tweet ever.

-GoDaddy may not advertise in the next Super Bowl.