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Re-imagining The Language Of Creative Mavericks... And Leaders

By David Slocum This past Summer, the advertising world wasroiled by the publication of a troubling and insensitive July 29 interview by Business Insider with the senior industry creative figure, Kevin Roberts, then the Executive Chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi and member of the Management Board of the Publicis Groupe. In an [...]
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