Wednesday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

“Alpha male adjacent” Neil Patrick Harris returns in Publicis’ latest for Heinken, “Hypnotize” (video above).

-Grilled chicken chain Nandos distanced itself from a fake flame-grilled Ford Kuga ad.

-Business Insider chats with WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell about “Snapchat becoming the ‘third force’ to Google and Facebook.”


-Lots of brands are inactive on Snapchat. So where did WPP’s $90 million go?

-Channel 4 will broadcast the first TV ad of live surgery for Cancer Research U.K. Yes, you read that sentence correctly.

-A-B InBev shares a taste of its Bud Light Super Bowl campaign.

-Unilever calls on business, political leaders to drive fight against stereotyping.

-As Toyota launches its new C-HR in the U.K. it expects the way people buy cars will change.