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Laurentino to Assume Global ECD Role on Unilever at O&M - Posted December 10, 2013
After spending the last three years at TBWA\London, where he currently serves as executive creative director and global CD for McDonald's, Andre Laurentino is heading to Ogilvy to assume the global ECD post on... [GalleyCat]

Tuesday Morning Stir - Posted May 14, 2013
-Alex Yenni, who most recently served as lead digital planner at SapientNitro on accounts including VitaminWater (on, for example, the #MakeBoringBrilliant campaign), has joined Blast Radius New York as strategy director. -Spikes Asia 2013, which takes pl... [GalleyCat]

Cannes Announces More Juries, while the ANDYs Embraces the Apocalypse - Posted March 28, 2012
We'll do a little killing two birds with one stone this morning by letting you know the latest news from a couple of the most notable industry award shows of the year. First off, Cannes continues filling up its various jury rosters, this time announcing those who'll be judging in the... [GalleyCat]

Tham Khai Meng to Head Up Cannes 2012 Press, Film Juries - Posted January 9, 2012
As Cannes Lions 2012 fast approaches, the organizers behind the annual French Riviera bacchanal (and awards show) continue filling out jury duties, this time appointing Ogilvy worldwide creative director Tham Khai Meng as president of the Film a... [GalleyCat]

Ain't No Party Like a David Ogilvy Party - Posted June 20, 2011
As you probably know by now, this year marks David Ogilvy's 100th birthday, and the marketing world is taking some time to honor the man who literally wrote the book on modern advertising. In addition to asking Ogilvy employees "What Inspi... [GalleyCat]