Stories you’ll find in this week’s print edition of Adweek Midwest Edition

General Counsel
Campbell Mithun CCO John Hurst heads to McCann London to lead creative for General Mills.

Planting Seeds
Juice Company Mulls Agencies
Old Orchard Brands is seeking an agency to help shift its marketing focus to consumers. The new shop will be asked to build the brand’s juice lines through television, print and radio advertising. The budget is not big, but Old Orchard is expanding its markets.

No Passing Lanes
Creative teams handling BBDO’s Chrysler business should stick to a single brand, not work across the account roster, an executive for the automaker said. Chrysler restructured its marketing and product planning into three vehicle brand teams.

Moving Forward
Publicis Groupe’s acquisition of Bcom3 is two steps closer after the French company’s shareholders and the European Union each gave their OKs to the $3 billion transaction. The deal, which is scheduled for a mid-August close, still needs approval from Bcom3 shareholders.

Come Together
Two Nebraska companies are combining resources to make a greater whole. Business-to-business shop Kahler & Co. and consumer agency Ayres Advertising have created a $25 million entity with full-service capabilities.

Fun and Games
J. Walter Thompson encourages players to “Game your way” in a new campaign for videogames from Blockbuster. The humorous effort targets an older crowd than past campaigns.

People are Talking
Errol Morris prides himself on an ability to elicit frank conversation from his interview subjects, and that trademark technique is on high-profile display in new work for Apple and Cantor Fitzgerald.

Mallorre Dill talks to the director and documentarian (and ex-detective). In Critique: Coke ventures into the underworld.
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