Wednesday, August 12th, 2020

Turns out Wendy in Russia is a little sexier than Wendy in the states.

We here at Ad Age cover a lot of the hardware that gets dished out at the South of France confab, but if there's a Lion for humor, creative vet Gerry Graf wins the Titanium for funny.

When the FBI wanted to put an end to the roughly 16-year disappearance of Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger, it decided to advertise. To women.

Yesterday, the president of the United States sent out an email blast that began: Dear [your name], I've set aside time for four supporters like you to join me for dinner.

As IBM turns 100 years old today, and in accordance with its age, the tech giant is taking out its reading glasses for a celebratory 2,592-word four-page ad.

Allstate's Lisa Cochrane was named the New York Advertising Foundation's Advertising Person of the Year — and roasted as well.

The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema chain takes a very hard line on those jerks who talk and text during movies.

On July 15, Daniel Radcliffe guest stars on "The Real L World." He and the gals all go mud-wrestling and hilarity ensures. I think.

The following job posting was sent to members of the Medill School of Journalism listserv.

Are millions of dollars in merchandising worth being called a bunch of unpatriotic suits trying to make a buck off the hard work of Navy SEALs? UPDATE: Disney withdraws.