Will Y&R Have to Wait a Year for Tony Granger?

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NEW YORK So much for Lovemarks. Saatchi & Saatchi worldwide CEO Kevin Roberts—who penned a book about getting consumers to literally fall in love with brands—is playing hardball with one of his own.

Roberts doesn’t plan on letting New York chief creative officer Tony Granger go quietly. In fact, at an all-staff meeting held to share the news that Granger had resigned to become the worldwide creative director at Young & Rubicam, Roberts said he intended to enforce the terms of his contract—which calls for one year’s notice and therefore delay his start at the WPP Group competitor, sources...



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