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  • as have WPP's GroupM and Dentsu Aegis-owned Carat and Vizeum. Drinks giant Bacardi consolidated its global creative and media business into Omnicom, appointing BBDO and OMD respectively. The new arrangement
  • after Dentsu-Aegis). Epsilon controls a huge database of demographic and contact information, behavioural, transactional, online and offline data. This is an exceptionally bold move by Publicis and further
  • Dodge and Jeep from Dentsu.  New! Click here for a summary of the major account changes so far this year or here for the full searchable database of account assignments.  In the news this past week:
  • and Havas but worse that Omnicom and Interpublic and Dentsu. WPP's full year organic decline was -1.2%. The key markets of the US and China remain a serious problem. WPP didn't declare market-by-market
  • 100m lawsuit against Aegis, which is now part of Dentsu. The action relates to its purchase of Aegis' old research division Synovate, which acquired in 2011 for £525m. Ipsos claims that Aegis artificially
  • offline as well as online, to Dentsu Aegis Network's iProspect. Havas Media had held the account. In reviews, Mercedes-Benz is reviewing global creative adaptation, managed by BBDO. Campaigns will most
  • The main losers are independent Horizon Media and Dentsu Aegis-owned Merkle. At the same time AT&T's own social media duties will move to DDB's Tribal digital satellite. This had previously been handled
  • followed by Publicis, Omnicom and Dentsu. The Y&R brand is being consigned to history in South Africa after several years of weak performance. The last remaining outpost in Johannesburg is being merged
  • headline deals pursued by Publicis or more recently Dentsu. The addition this week of Pittsburgh-based "innovation studio" Deeplocal, however, is one of WPP's more eye-catching recent acquisitions. The
  • The biggest winner is Dentsu Aegis Network's Vizeum, which retains duties in Europe while also adding the cornerstone North America account. Biggest loser is Mediacom, which surrenders the US and several

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