UPDATE: Kiss and no tell


UPDATE: Kiss and no tell

Three months ago nose118 pondered whether the romance between Renee Silverstone, chief executive of The Jupiter Drawing Room ad agency, and FNB’s brand manager Derek Carstens might give Jupiter’s wholly-owned subsidiary MetropolitanRepublic the edge in the fierce battle to win the bank’s new three-year R900m advertising contract.

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Submitted by : Scott Cundill of Johannesburg on 2009-11-06 10:14:11
I'm with the Ed on this one. This article shows just how easy it is to manipulate the system to your own advantage. A bank is involved and besides, a bit of nooky thrown in never hurt anyone.

I know Paul Warner, ex Hunt Lascaris. He couldn't give a toss. He speaks his mind, does his own thing. In some ways I admire that trait, but there is a time and a place for it.
 
Submitted by : Jeff Blumberg of Durban on 2009-10-30 11:44:03
I think Noseweek have done a good job of exposing the deceipt -- but you know it really isn't such a big story - a story like this is small fry - concentrate on the big stuff -- this is actually quite boring - move on Noseweek, let this one go!

Editor's Note
Jeff, you know others may not agree with you... didn't you read it to the end!

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