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Institute For Advertising Ethics Launched
  • COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP)
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From gimlet-swilling adulterers on TV's "Mad Men" to seven-figure fines for deceptive ads touting cold remedies and credit scores, the ad industry sure could use an image makeover of its own.

Industry leaders are teaming up with the nation's oldest journalism school to launch the...

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