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AW360: Tracey Shirtcliff, Founder and CEO, The Virtu Group

Paying for projects vs. paying for time and materials? The answer seems very simple when it comes from Tracey Shirtcliff, Founder and CEO of The Virtu Group. Tracey joins us today to discuss how Scope, their software solution, can change the way we look at business decision-making.

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AW360: Patrick Comer, Founder and CEO, Lucid

Not only is Patrick Comer the Founder and CEO of Lucid, the largest Research Technology firm on the globe, he’s the man that coined the term ResTech to begin with. Patrick sits down with AW360 to discuss the fascinating world of data research.

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Great Minds: Willie "Too Big" Hall, Drummer and Music Icon

Willie “Too Big” Hall is perhaps best known as the drummer in the legendary Blues Brothers band but he is also an absolute musical icon having played with such legends as Booker T. & The M.G.’s, Isaac Hayes, Rufus Thomas and the reformed Bar-Kays. HIs life story is truly remarkable.

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Great Minds: Lewis Black, Comedian

From his days as playwright-in-residence and associate artistic director of Steve Olsen’s West Bank Cafe Downstairs Theatre Bar in Hell’s Kitchen to his runs on Comedy Central, Broadway, Conan, and The Daily Show, comedy legend Lewis Black joins Great Minds to discuss his extraordinary career.

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Great Minds: David Fischer, Chief Revenue Officer, Facebook

David Fischer, Chief Revenue Officer at Facebook, is a long-time friend of Advertising Week. In this episode of Great Minds, David reflects on his time working at the U.S. Treasury Department, his tenure at both Google and Facebook, his work as Board Chair at the Ad Council, as well as looking ahead to what’s next.

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Great Minds: Bob Costas, American Sportscaster

From his early days at KMOX to his amazing run hosting 11 different Olympic games, television sportscaster legend Bob Costas discusses his incredible life and award-winning career in this must-hear episode of Great Minds.

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Great Minds: Karen Kaplan, Chairman & CEO at Hill Holliday

From her time as a receptionist at Hill Holliday to her current position as Chairman and CEO, Karen Kaplan discusses the challenges, rewards, and successes she’s seen throughout her tenure there, including Hill Holliday’s recent initiatives to promote equality in the workplace and her favorite campaigns.

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