The World: Minneapolis - Fallon counts the cost of creative departures

Three of Fallon Minneapolis' top creative heads are leaving the agency.

Roger Camp, who was hired by the former executive creative director Paul Silburn, is leaving without a job to go to. And Stuart Di Resario and Bob Barry are quitting to set up their own business.

Barry has worked at the agency for more than 23 years and has worked on the Time Life account. Industry sources speculate that the business could be the start-up's founding client.

Fallon refused to comment on the resignations.


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