What's in our mailbox this month: emails from New York democratic mayoral candidates. Which email gets your vote?
If you don't like feeling a little uncomfortable, opening a new office in a new country probably isn't for you.
Trojan's attempt to hand out 10,000 free vibrators in New York City could have been a blast—instead, it was a total letdown.
I am not in favor of dictatorship, but I am beginning to think that maybe it does have one or two attractive characteristics.
It's the oldest truth in design: form follows function. Before we make our new space cool, we have to make it work. That means answering a lot of math questions.
We circled. We sniffed — and thank goodness we wagged our tails. Gensler has been appointed as our interior architect for our new office building at 3 Columbus Circle.
It's official. Wunderman, along with all our Y&R brands sister agencies, is moving to 3 Columbus Circle for a new start, a better environment and a great big headache.
A picture is worth a thousand words, but not every one of my observations is worth a full column. Or so my editors tell me. Most, however, are worth at least 140 characters. With that in mind, and to help ring in 2012, I proudly present my Twitter-ready views, insights, unsolicited tidbits of advice and meaningless random thoughts on the absurdities of modern marketing.
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Retailers' Thanksgiving Day sales pitches came in heavy via email.
Key passages from the mailing industry's anti-exigency appeal to the Postal Regulatory Commission.
The fast casual restaurant chain relies on digital to drive in-store traffic and sales for its seasonal menu.