The advertising houses at Star and Fox are both major ad agencies.
They are both involved in ad campaigns, and both are also in the housing industry.
These are the companies that pay Star and its partners to put ads on their sites.
It’s a common practice, and Star is in the industry as well.
But a few months ago, the two agencies came under fire from the advertising community for running ad campaigns that were paid for by Star and by other companies, including a Star-owned ad agency that ran an ad that featured a pregnant woman who is breastfeeding a baby.
It was one of many ads that had been made by a Star advertisering agency that featured breastfeeding women breastfeeding.
The ad, which had run on Star for months, featured a baby that was being fed through a bottle that looked like a large bottle.
It featured the caption, “Pregnant Star baby.
Get some milk and breast it.
It might be too much for you.”
The ad was paid for with Star advertising dollars, but it sparked a major uproar among the ad industry.
Many people believed that the Star advertisers had breached advertising regulations, which prohibit advertisers from using the names of their clients or employees to advertise.
“I think it was a big, big mistake,” says Scott Miller, CEO of ad tech company AdMob.
“They made a big mistake.
That was very unfortunate, but I don’t think it’s something they can be ashamed of.”
The two companies are now under investigation by the Advertising Standards Board (ASB), a federal agency that oversees ad content and practices.
Miller says that the ASAB may have been trying to help Star avoid fines.
“Star did nothing wrong,” he says.
“The ads were made by Star’s partners and approved by Star.
Star’s advertisers should be ashamed.”
The Star ads were one of a number of ads run by a company that didn’t pay for them.
The company that ran them, the agency called Star, had also been paid by Star, and that agency also ran the ads, according to the ASABs investigation.
The agency that paid Star to run the ads was a company called Zellers, which was owned by Star; it’s also owned by another major ad agency.
Zeller ran the ad on Star, which in turn was paid by Zell, and the Zell ads ran on Star.
Both Zell and Star ran the same ad campaign that was paid to Star, with the same caption.
Both the Star and Zell campaigns were produced by the same agency.
In an interview with Quartz, Miller says Zell’s ad, run by Zeller, featured the same breastfeeding ad as the Star one.
But in a statement, Zell said it didn’t use Star’s name to promote the Zeller ad.
“Zellers has never used Star’s trademarks, which include Star, Star logo, and Stars’ Star and Star’s logo, in any way to promote any product or services,” Zell wrote.
Miller believes that the Zelle ads are a major violation of ad rules.
“Advertisers should be paying to have their names associated with them,” he said.
The ASAB has been investigating Star for years, and in 2017 it said that it was “considering” its complaints about Zell.
Zeller said in a tweet that it is “very sorry” about the Zells ad, and Zeller’s board said it was also considering its complaint against Zell about the ads.
The Star and the other Star ads are still up.
Miller is calling for the ASAbs investigation to be reopened.
“If the ASA doesn’t do something about it, then it’s a really big issue,” he told Quartz.
“It’s a major red flag.
It should be a red flag that the advertising industry is going to be held accountable.”