DDB Chicago’s president-CEO resigns

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Chicago—Dana Anderson, DDB Chicago’s president-CEO since 2004, has resigned, citing family reasons. “I am very proud of my tenure and accomplishments at DDB, yet I want to take some time and be with my daughter before she leaves for college next year,” Anderson said in a statement. She’ll be replaced at the agency, which counts McDonald’s and Anheuser-Busch Co, as clients, by DDB Los Angeles President-CEO Rick Carpenter. —Jeremy Mullman is a reporter for BtoB sibling publication Advertising Age.
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