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Sunday, October 30, 2005

An issue (?)

Not so long ago,one of the world's most flamboyant ad gurus left his job after reportedly telling an audience that women made poor executives because motherhood made them "wimp out".

Marketing Giant WPP Group PLC told Britain's Press Association news agency that Neil French,who served as the group's worldwide creative director,had offered his resignation,and it had been accepted.
The comment sparked outrage among women in the advertising world.

I wasn't among the audience-I can't be judgmental.

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L said...

Hey its the story here too..!!

Is today some kinda anniversary of the event..??

Aparna Kar said...

It's all over the newspapers...outrageous...everyone knows it by now....

Thanks for the link though..glad to know someone who was as shocked...