-Former Leo Burnett Group Taiwan managing partner Christopher Fay will assume the role of president at McCann Detroit, effective July 23.

-Global prodco B-Reel welcomed Louis Clement as creative director of its London office.

-In case you missed the NL’s drubbing of the AL at the MLB All-Star Game this week (like us), here’s a new T-Mobile ad that we’ve been told aired during the broadcast (above).

-Nickelodeon and Tribal DDB launched a campaign called “Turtles vs. Foot” to promote the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series. Components include wild postings, guerilla marketing and a mobile site.

-Bacardi Limited tapped Diageo alum Ron Anderson for the role of SVP, chief commercial officer.

-Rosetta has opened its doors to a new space at 2001 Embarcadero in San Francisco, where it will join other Publicis Groupe agencies including Hal Riney, Digitas, Razorfish and MSL Group.

-Former Arnold Worldwide digital creative director Barbara Hamilton joined Saatchi & Saatchi Wellness as a CD.

-Coca-Cola is syncing up its social and mobile initiatives for a new Foursquare partnership called “America is Your Park.” link

-21-year-old designer Andrew Kim has taken a stab at rebranding Microsoft. Not too shabby. link

-San Francisco shop DOJO hired Chiat/Goodby/Riney alum Marty Wenzell as president. link