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Tuesday Morning Stir

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-Luke D’Arcy has assumed the global chief marketing officer post at Momentum Worldwide. D’Arcy essentially replaces Kevin McNulty, who assumed the president/international role at the IPG agency last year.

-Tribal Worldwide London has poached SapientNitro client services director Gary Shannon to serve as managing partner.

-Omnicom has posted its Q4 2013 results which includes a 2.9 percent increase to $4,058.1 million, up from $3,944.5 million in the fourth quarter of 2012. link

-The final jury members have been announced for the 2014 Dubai Lynx. link

-DigitasLBi and MediaMonks have teamed up with GMC to promote the auto brand’s 2014 Sierra via a a scrolling HTML5 site (image above). link

-Comedy Central’s “Dumb Starbucks” experiment isn’t going over so well with the L..A. County Health Department. link

 

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Friday Odds and Ends

-Momentum vet Kevin McNulty, who last we remember served as CMO of the IPG-owned agency’s worldwide operations, has been elevated to the  the newly created position of president, international.

-Not only is he starring in Capital One ads like this and this alongside Alec Baldwin, but NBA hall-of-famer/current TNT analyst Charles Barkley is continuing his pitchman duties for IT solutions provider, CDW (above).

-Following the $500 million acquisition by Avis (and subsequent shifting of agency duties to Campbell-Ewald), Zipcar CEO Scott Griffith has passed the baton to COO, Mark Norman. link

-L.A.-based prodco The Cortez Brothers’ signed filmmaker/visual artist César Pesquera to its roster,

-Hey, here’s who’s speaking at the Long Island Digital Summit come April 9. link

-Well, good on you Comcast? link

-Damn, what took so long? Iron Maiden is finally launching its own beer called Trooper. link

-What is next for SXSW? V2V in Las Vegas mid-August, of course. link

Momentum’s McNulty to Take on Expanded Role in London

Here’s a little overseas agency news to break up the day. 16-year Momentum vet Kevin McNulty, currently CMO of its Worldwide operations, has now added the role of regional director of Europe to his workload. As a result, McNulty (right) will be leaving the States for Momentum’s London office, where he will remain Worldwide CMO while also leading the agency’s European business strategy.

During his lengthy stay at Momentum, McNulty has held various jobs including head of global accounts, managing director of the San Francisco office and regional director for APAC and EMEA. Joining the exec at Momentum London will be ECD Paul Slater as well as Simon White and Allan Cobb, who were recently promoted to joint managing director of Momentum U.K.