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WPP's TAXI Begins Brewing New Relationship with Maxwell House - Posted June 16, 2014
The year was 2010 when WPP rolled out the red carpet and doled out the cash for yet another advertising agency -- ... [AgencySpy]

Roll Call: Rubenstein Public Relations, TAXI and DDB - Posted August 14, 2013
Rubenstein Public Relations announced that Monique Dinor has joined the firm as a vice president. With over 12 years of experience in media and public relations, Dinor brings an extensive background leading strategic marketing and public relations strategies for clients across a wide range of industries including travel, consumer products, entertainment,... [PRNewser]

THR Shines a Light on Terminally Ill Simpsons, Taxi Vet - Posted July 25, 2013
If you're looking for the absolute, welcome opposite to all that Anthony Weiner-The Dirty business, this is it. For the August 2 print edition of The Hollywood Reporter, ... [Fishbowl NY]

THR Shines a Light on Terminally Ill Simpsons, Taxi Vet - Posted July 25, 2013
If you're looking for the absolute, welcome opposite to all that Anthony Weiner-The Dirty business, this is it. For the August 2 print edition of The Hollywood Reporter, ... [FishbowlNY]

Facebook Designers On Building News Feed: 'We Can Make This Better For People' - Posted May 16, 2013
To build the redesigned News Feed, Facebook designers quarantined themselves into a plush living room-style office... [AllFacebook]

Uber Reinstates Surge Pricing in NYC for Superstorm Sandy - Posted November 1, 2012
Uber is matching the surge in water levels with a surge in prices for Manhattan residents who plan to use the on-demand car service in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. To keep more drivers on the road, the company is waiving its own fees and giving 100 percent of the surge... [SocialTimes.com]

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