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Tuesday Odds and Ends

 

-Yahoo, Microsoft and AOL have announced display ad agreements. link

-Facebook is now too big to buy, according to the social network’s COO, Sheryl Sandberg. link

-Directing duo dom&nic (above) signed with bi-coastal/international prodco Station Film for U.S. representation.

-The 4A’s is ready to move from the Chrysler Building to a newly designed, open office space on Avenue of the Americas in NYC. link

-Jill Silberstein, formerly an EP at Mother New York’s in-house production/post department Mother Productions, has assumed the same title at NY-based Sound Lounge.

-Honda unveiled a new and improved version of its human-shaped robot, Asimo. link

-Is Brand Union’s new Brand USA logo confusing? link

-The Malbon Group, formerly Frank151 Media Group has been divided into three units: BON, a creative content agency; Frank151, a lifestyle brand; and The League, a creative community.

-Google has expanded its DoubleClick inventory. link

-KSL Media’s L.A. office promoted Matt Greenfield to EVP, director of client service.

 

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