On page B11 of Friday’s New York Times, you’ll find a full-page ad, taken out by Interpublic Group in honor of advertising reporter Stuart Elliott, who took a buyout from The Times. It reads:
For more than two decades, you’ve asked the tough questions — often twenty at a time. Through it all, no one explained our fast-changing industry with more enthusiasm and insight. Or captured as clearly just how much fun it can be to work in advertising.
Thank you for your encyclopedic knowledge, your fair-minded skepticism, and some memorable headlines along the way. Not bad for a guy from Brooklyn.
All of us at IPG wish you the very best, Stuart.
Here’s the ad:
IPG wished Elliott good luck on Twitter, too:
— Interpublic Group (@InterpublicIPG) December 19, 2014
I would be remiss if I didn’t note that that ad doesn’t strictly follow AP style (Oxford comma, 30 spelled out), but I’m sure Elliott won’t mind. Read more
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