Results from This Site: 41 - 50 of 110 total results for MDC Partners
  • Shares in MDC Partners slumped to another low this week, falling to levels not seen since March 2013. At under $9 today, they're trading at less than a third of their 2015 high. Is a bounce-back within
  • WPP (net sales 3.1%, revenues 3.0%), MDC Partners (2.3%) and Publicis (negative 0.7%). The table for 4Q alone is topped by Interpublic (5.1%), ahead of Havas (4.2%), Dentsu (3.9%), MDC Partners (3.8%)
  • MDC Partners - parent to 72andSunny, CP&B, Anomaly and others - reported a slightly better set of numbers for 1Q but it is still making losses. Revenues rose 5.6% overall on an organic basis to $344.7m,
  • MDC Partners formally confirmed that it is "exploring potential strategic alternatives"; in other words, putting itself up for sale. That follows a grim set of results for 2Q, as well as what will presumably
  • MDC Partners poached Lotta Malm Hallqvist - formerly global chief growth officer for Cheil Worldwide - to become managing director & chief marketing officer of MDC Partners Europe, overseeing local outposts
  • On the subject of deals, MDC Partners returned to the acquisition trail since the ousting of founder and former CEO Miles Nadal. It added to its "chain of pearls" of acclaimed creative agencies with the
  • Shares in MDC Partners plunged by almost a third after the group reported a grim set of results for 2Q, its worst so far as a quoted company. Organic growth for the quarter was a dismal 0.3%, with reported
  • After six months of negotiations, the board of MDC Partners has accepted the proposal offered in the summer by its CEO and controlling shareholder Mark Penn. It agreed to merge MDC with Penn's smaller
  • Adbrands Daily Update 5th Dec 2019: MDC Partners made further moves to consolidate its large collection of agencies. Six of its smaller diversified shops are being realigned to support lead advertising
  • surprise leader of the pack for 1Q was MDC Partners at 2.0%, while Omnicom and Interpublic both weighed in at 0.3%. Dentsu came next at -0.8%, followed by Publicis at -2.9% and WPP and Havas both on -

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