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  • Five Questions for Tracey Griffin

    Five Questions for Tracey Griffin
    In the early 1990s, while working at Procter & Gamble in Hunt Valley, Tracey Griffin helped launch new cosmetics for the CoverGirl and Max Factor brands.
  • Agencies offer big ideas at no cost to Ad Council

     Agencies offer big ideas at no cost to Ad Council
    When Chicago ad agency Schafer Condon Carter was approached in February about reworking a major campaign, the client wanted a revised strategy, new creative and a full commitment of talent and resources for the better part of a year. In return, SCC...

    Agent: Magic Johnson the 'opposite' of what Donald Sterling said

    Agent: Magic Johnson the 'opposite' of what Donald Sterling said
    The longtime agent and friend of Magic Johnson responded quickly to defend Johnson after Donald Sterling's incendiary comments Monday on CNN. Johnson is "the exact opposite" of the way Sterling portrayed him on "Anderson Cooper: 360," said Lon Rosen,...

    Sterling foundation ads tout good works, but verifying them isn't easy

    The publicity campaign promised a new summer program at Point Dume for poor children, funded in part by the Donald T. Sterling Charitable Foundation. A smiling Sterling was shown next to a horse in some newspaper ads. In others, the foundation described...

    Who's more charitable -- conservatives or liberals?

    Who's more charitable -- conservatives or liberals?
    My Sunday column comparing private philanthropy and government social programs has revived the old debate over who is more charitably inclined, conservatives or liberals? Skipping to the last page of the story first, the answer is neither: As two MIT...