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The Digital Dilemma

New DDB President and CEO Chuck Brymer, in an interview with the WSJ (subscription) says: "Digital technology in particular has caused a change in the way people live," he said

New DDB President and CEO Chuck Brymer, in an interview with the
WSJ (subscription) says:

“Digital technology in particular has caused a change in the way people live,” he said. Breaking through to consumers “is going to continue to get harder. The way out of this, of course, is through great ideas and creativity.”

Brymer is taking the post after Ken Kaess died on March 27.

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