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Lindsay Rittenhouse

Lindsay Rittenhouse is a staff writer at Adweek, where she specializes in covering the world of agencies and their clients.

Ancestry.com Pulls Tone-Deaf Ad That Romanticizes Why Black Americans Have White Lineage

Brand Marketing

The spot doesn't take enslavement and rape into account.

WPP’s Zubi Advertising Rebrands and Exits Dedicated Ford Division GTB


The multicultural agency used to sit under GTB but will be a standalone entity now.

UM Appoints Trish Chuipek as First Global Chief Client Officer


She was formerly the CMO of Blue Box Toys and has experience consulting for Epsilon.

Pereira O’Dell Curated a Network of Creators to Produce On-Demand Social Content for Brands


Briefly fills the need for marketers to constantly feed their various channels.

Mara Lecocq Lets Her Conscience Guide Her Career to Make the Ad World Better for Women


Jobs are meaningless to her if they aren't helping her fuel her goal of empowering others.

Arthur Sadoun, CEO of Publicis Groupe

Publicis Reports Disappointing Quarterly Results After Epsilon Acquisition News


Key metrics include a 4.3% organic decline in North America.

Ogilvy Brings on Worldwide Executive Director for Diversity and Inclusion


Yashica Olden joins as agency rolls out D&I initiatives globally.

Kantar Hires Microsoft Executive as North American CEO Pending Sale of WPP’s Majority Stake


Reed Cundiff previously spent 14 years with the tech giant previously.

Postmates’ New AOR Aims to Separate the Brand From ‘Food Porn’


Mother L.A.'s maiden work focuses on the 'why' of food orders.

On International ASMR Day, Here’s a Look at Some of the Best Ads That Have Given Us the Feels


From sizzling ribs to frying chicken, marketers are trying to soothe consumers.