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  • Interpublic 5.4%, Omnicom 2.9%, MDC 1.5% Publicis 1.3%, Havas 0.3% and WPP -1.5%. ¬†Omnicom was awarded the advertising contract for the US Army after a long and fractious review. The ten-year $4bn
  • Publicis 0.8%, Interpublic 0.4%, WPP revenues -0.8%, WPP net sales -1.7%, Dentsu -4.8%. Much smaller MDC scored 11.7%. In yet another attempt to repair the long-suffering Lowe network, the London office
  • In the news this past week: Agencies Interpublic delivered an excellent close to the year, with an impressive organic lift in the final quarter of 5.3%. (That compared to 3.6% for Omnicom and a 2.5%
  • and is the 4th biggest creative network within Interpublic. It was named as interactive agency of the year by both leading US trade publications in 2006, and digital agency of the decade by Adweek in
  • Like all US companies, including rival Omnicom, Interpublic is facing strong headwinds from currencies and these were exacerbated during 1Q by divestitures. As a result, reported revenues edged up less
  • WPP under-performed Havas, Omnicom and Interpublic in terms of organic growth, but still delivered a solid set of numbers. It remains the only group to differentiate between net sales and net revenues.
  • operating as a standalone unit within Interpublic. Highly regarded for its creative work, it had gradually established a national footprint by absorbing fellow independent Long Haymes Carr in 2000, as
  • TM retained its notional independence within Interpublic, aligned with the McCann Erickson Worldgroup. Performance has been a little uneven for several years, with the agency heavily reliant upon cornerstone
  • Interpublic bolstered performance three years later by negotiating a reverse takeover of the business by indie 303, originally launched out in Perth by former DDB Australia CEO Nick Cleaver, who had seized
  • Interpublic reached a truce with activist investor Elliott Management, which has been pushing for a sale or break-up of the group. Elliott has been slowly driving up the price of IPG's shares since last

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