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Monday Odds and Ends

-IAB president/CEO Randall Rothenberg is leaving the organization on Jan. 17 to become chief digital officer at Time, Inc.

-Dina Howell was named worldwide CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi X. link

-SF-based Heat, which has been responsible for a few EA Sports ads as of late, promoted Warren Cockrel to its first-ever CD post.

-The Gulf oil spill was the top trend for 2010 on Twitter. link

-Not to be outdone, Google launched YouTube Trends (above) to keep on the latest viral vids. link

-In case you haven’t heard, Michael Bay‘s shop The Institute hired a dedicated ad sales team. link

-USA Today: The FTC’s proposed “do not track” could revolutionize online advertising. link

-Sarkissian Mason launched a new branding campaign for eMusic. link

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