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  • Other suitors have included WPP, Dentsu, Havas and Grey. In 2004, DPZ formed a joint venture in Brazil with Dentsu, named Dentsu Latino America; that partnership was dissolved in 2009 and Dentsu took
  • reports in early 2001 linked the group to talks with Havas, WPP and Interpublic. The latter won. In March 2001, True North agreed to sell out to Interpublic for $2.1bn. Following its integration into
  • Company. Havas advertising's Arnold Worldwide arm stepped in to snap up McKinney & Silver, a traditional advertising agency, originally part of the CKS Group, which had handled all marchFirst's advertising,
  • Walpole, the UK arm of Havas's Arnold Interactive (subsequently renamed Ai London), and another big acquisition, Coutts Holdings, a retail marketing specialist with annual sales in excess of £35m, for
  • Ingram agreed a deal to sell his business to Havas advertising for around £425m ($603m). Under this plan, Tempus would merge with Havas advertising's existing Media Planning Group operation, greatly
  • In Feb 2015, Hirst stepped down to join Havas Worldwide. He was succeeded as chief executive by Lucy Jameson, who joined the agency as chief strategy officer in 2012 from DDB, while Nils Leonard took
  • went into overdrive on speculation that Cordiant and Havas were negotiating a merger, although this was strenuously denied by both sides. In September that year, Cordiant announced a dramatic restructuring,
  • which was itself eventually acquired by Havas). Emma Rush succeeded Steve Grout as UK chief executive in 2013, but the agency's profile gradually waned. Relegated to the London arm of Targetbase, it was
  • stake to French marketing group Havas. However, things did not go so smoothly behind the scenes. Stanley Pollitt, who had created the concept of account planning, died suddenly in 1979 at the age of just
  • the #2 network within Havas advertising. The agency was founded in 1986 as Butterfield Day Devito Hockney, a breakaway by four executives who resigned from the UK arm of Ted Bates following its acquisition

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