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  • creative agency Dailey has bought out the business from Interpublic, its owner for the past 34 years. Dailey CEO Tom Lehr did not participate in the buyout and has left the business, which is now run
  • out of Interpublic's BPN unit. In the UK, Vodafone continued its scenic tour of WPP's local ad agencies, shifting its creative business to Ogilvy after three years at Grey (and before that at RKCR/Y&R)
  • as do many larger standalone agencies. Only Interpublic has so far admitted an approach from regulators, confirming that "one of our standalone domestic agencies has been contacted... for documents regarding
  • lower than Interpublic, Omnicom and WPP. However, DAN alone scored an impressive 5.2% lift, putting it ahead of all its international rivals. Dentsu in Japan, on the other hand, managed only 0.3%. Another
  • Once again Interpublic outperformed its peers for organic growth in 3Q. Revenues rose to $1.92bn, an organic lift of 4.3%. (Omnicom reported 3.2% and Publicis a dismal 0.2%; WPP reports next week; Dentsu
  • the business was previously held by Interpublic agencies, but was placed in review following a scandal involving supposedly a racist email issued by an executive at incumbent agency Campbell Ewald. IPG
  • Once again, Interpublic outclassed its main rivals on organic growth, with an increase of 3.7% (or 2.2% reported) to $1.92bn. For the full half, the organic increase was 5.1%. Most of the growth came
  • Omnicom two, Interpublic, Dentsu and Publicis one apiece and Havas none. Indies and Google take all the rest. You can catch up with all the Grand Prix winners on our Facebook page and see the full rundown
  • Interpublic had the best of it, with two key wins for its media networks. The Government of the Netherlands, or Rijksoverheid, awarded its consolidated domestic media business to Initiative following
  • brand PR across Western Europe with a newly created Interpublic agency that will comprise a team drawn from London subsidiaries Canvas Blue (part of Golin) and DeVries Slam. The biggest loser from the

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