The latest in our series of interviews between a rising copywriter and a senior executive about making it in the ad industry.
By worshipping at the altar of youth, adland will struggle to move forward. Other creative industries do not have this problem, Sir John Hegarty tells Kate Magee.
The PR director's duties have been cut back to accommodate her own concerns, not to retaliate, say lawyers.
When this art director and food snob isn't binging on all things Anthony Bourdain, she's listening to jazz on Spotify or ogling the assorted floors on @Ihavethisthingwithfloors' Instagram account.
Investigators aim to determine whether staff routinely worked beyond the legal overtime limit.
We were all internally struggling with how to maintain a balance between being good marketers and being good citizens, write the co-authors of "Good is the New Cool."
When this copywriter isn't busy running his own record label, he can be found watching nostalgic TV shows and sharing YouTube links of obscure Swedish R&B songs.
"Motivation Mondays" takes a page from Keith Reinhard's Wednesday memos.
When agencies tell their employees that it's vital to diversify, "you seriously alienate straight, white men," said the activist.
The body intends to create a better working environment with input from junior employees and external consultants.
The longtime student of evidence-based marketing now becomes the teacher.
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