I came into the advertising business in 1952, at the age of sixteen, as a delivery boy for a stuffy, old-line advertising agency named Ruthruff and Ryan, which could have served as the setting for the 'Mad Men' television series without moving a desk.
The Democrats are going the way of Burma Shave and Crisco - products everyone loved and had in their homes. But they got old. They didn't have anything new to say about the product, and after awhile, they died.
There's an eternal war between a creative person and the business person.
Money is being wasted on adverts that go right over a consumer's head. They may win awards at Cannes, but they lose at the cash register.
In my world - advertising - the Super Bowl is judgment day. If politicians have Election Day and Hollywood has the Oscars, advertising has the Super Bowl.
Today's merger makers are not ad people; they're building communications companies.
Pictures bring you inside, whether you see yourself driving a new car or as a hapless prisoner who is being abused.
Thank you for making me nouveau riche.
I'm careful to pay every single penny on my taxes. I don't have any money offshore.
'Business Week' is guilty of very shoddy reporting.
There's something that goes on in a new-business meeting that's wonderful to watch. It's like showtime. There are people who are nervous, and there are people who are jittery, and there's so much drama and so much at stake.
People who are visiting Long Island find it's very beautiful, and they are quick to try Long Island foods, wines and other products.