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Cate Blanchett is getting $10 million to become the face of Giorgio Armani's female fragrances.
AMC got a new logo and tag line. "Story matters here" changes to "Something More."
Quartz discusses how corporations made the Harlem Shake such a big thing.
Ad Age instructs how to help your brand avoid scam ads — like the fake Ford ad starring Silvio Berlusconi and tied up women in the back of his car.
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