Really? Nokia Lumia 900 has launched attack ads against Apple’s iPhone? We’ll see how that works out. The “leaked” video shows anonymous “executives” (faces are blurred out to prevent you from noticing them from “Law & Order” reruns) reprimanding an employee for not being able to use his company iPhone, working off of old complaints about death grips, etc.
StumbleUpon, a website that allows users to randomly “stumble upon” websites based on their interests, has hired its first VP for sales: Teal Newland. Now advertisers can get information on how many users give their content a thumbs up or thumbs down and how long they stay on the site.
Marie Claire magazine will be using real women that they find on the Marie Claire Career Network on Linked In to model for ads in its May supplement issue. These real life models will be featured in ads for Buick, Mustela, and White House Black Market.
Real Simple is launching a pet line at Target.
Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners is the new agency of record for Sara Lee’s Hillshire Farms, replacing TBWA/Chiat/Day.
CP+B has fired 11 staff members in its Toronto office as a part of restructuring its agency model. According to Media Bistro, its current staff is 50 people.
David Teng formerly of AKQA and Chiat LA has been hired by Heat, a San Francisco shop, as a senior strategist.
JWT adds Mauro Cavalletti as CIO of Brazil.
Dachis Group has launched Advocate Insights, which measures the daily interactions between 30,000 brands and 100 million social accounts. It will measure each brand’s social impact.
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