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January 17, 2021
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Sabrina Sanchez

Gen Z calls for meaningful action from leaders in the wake of ongoing turmoil

 
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Mariah Cooper

The bank teamed up with Giant Spoon and Issa Rae’s music platform, Raedio, for the 'The Bankroll EP.'

 
TikTok rolls out stricter children's privacy rules
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Sabrina Sanchez

The new policy update is in response to ongoing privacy challenges

 
How Mondelēz, Peloton and Tubi are adapting to the new COVID-19 reality
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Sabrina Sanchez

Brands are embracing e-commerce and digital activations for the long-term as the pandemic accelerates consumer shifts.

 
Jellyfish nabs effectiveness champion from Adam & Eve/DDB
Jellyfish nabs effectiveness champion from Adam & Eve/DDB

Daniel Farey-Jones

Tom Roach leaves Omnicom agency after 18 months.

 
Philips puts $300 million global integrated account up for bid
Philips puts $300 million global integrated account up for bid

Alison Weissbrot

The Dutch electronics company is reviewing creative, media and communications globally, and has invited four major holding companies to participate.

 
Hill Holliday hires Icaro Doria as chief creative officer
Hill Holliday hires Icaro Doria as chief creative officer

Alison Weissbrot

Doria joins the IPG full-service agency from Havas Health & You

 
Health brands get ready for 2021: fads, fakes and FAANGs
Health brands get ready for 2021: fads, fakes and FAANGs

Nick Dutnall

Brands will see health as a sales opportunity in 2021, BBD Perfect Storm's Nick Dutnall says. He outlines the five key trends in healthcare that you need to know about this year.

 

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