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Deputy Editor — Advertising Age

Deputy Editor of Ad Age, dog lover and American Idol voyeur. I do not have tiger blood and I do not move like Jagger.

Orlando Launches Economic Development Marketing Campaign

adage.com — What comes to mind when you think of Orlando? Chances are it involves a mouse. That's the impression the city's Economic Development Commission is trying to counter with its new effort themed, "Orlando: You Don't Know the Half of It."

Ad Review: How Dare They? Cadillac Greatly Overplays Message

adage.com — Automaker Pitches Reinvention as Result of Striving to Achieve It's not easy being a Cadillac buyer these days. You have to change the world. That's the takeaway from the beautifully shot, gritty new Cadillac campaign that highlights risk-takers such as Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, fashion designer Jason Wu and "Boyhood" director Richard Linklater.

Meet Ad Age's 2015 40 Under 40

adage.com — This year's class of achievers have many varied accomplishments, but they all share one trait: They are smart forward-thinkers who will be driving the business for years to come. Lavall Chichester is charged with redefining search as one of the most vital elements of content marketing.

Live From New York: Duncan Hines Schweddy Balls

adage.com — On Feb. 15, we'll be kicking back to consume mass quantities with some wild and crazy guys while watching the "Saturday Night Live" 40th anniversary. Nerds that we are, we naturally had some deep thoughts about potential brand integrations into the show.

Google Faces Breakup Call as EU Parliament Patience Wanes


Samsung Mobile Execs Set to Pay for Profit Slump in Revamp

How the stars aligned with Chrysler brands

autonews.com — NEW YORK -- How did Chrysler decide which star fit best with which auto brand? Marissa Hunter, director of global brand advertising and head of Ram Truck brand advertising, laid it out like this.

Chrysler blitzes American Music Awards with Fergie, Imagine Dragons, others

autonews.com — NEW YORK -- If there's one thing Chrysler Group and its Chief Marketing Officer, Olivier Francois, are known for, it's big marketing moves. That's just what the company was again aiming for during Sunday night's "American Music Awards," when it linked five of its auto brands to A-List recording artists in spots that co-promoted both the vehicles and Interscope singles.

Chrysler Blitzes AMAs with Custom Commercials

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Mar 09, 2015

The cow is named Juan Pablo? Should have been an ass.

Mar 09, 2015

Proposing in the same barn in which he raised his first pig. How romantic! #thebachelor

Mar 06, 2015

RT @RudyHavenstein: For those money managers who have never heard of 'The Wizard of Oz', it was a 1939 film. Here's the basic plot: pic.twitter.com/Rxpvy50zkL

Mar 05, 2015

is that you with a lampshade on your head? We just uploaded shots of our @adage A List Party! adage.com/article/agency…

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