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  • also a subsidiary of MDC Partners, following the retirement of founder Tony Chapman. After last weeks' temporary hiatus, a rush of account assignments this week. Perhaps the most significant was the
  • With all 4Q results except MDC Partners now in, WPP remains at the bottom of the overall ranking. Interpublic leads with organic growth of 7.1%, while Havas jumps into second place with a dramatic turnaround
  • and MDC Partners, whose Crispin Porter & Bogusky is currently the group's lead creative agency. In other notable reviews this week, the Pepsi brand is seeking a new media agency in China for its estimated
  • MDC Partners' Canadian agency Union plays mind games with orange squares in a new set of ads for Kraft Singles. This one will get your tastebuds tingling, and there are two more over at Facebook You
  • to $146m. Among the remaining groups, WPP and MDC Partners are out next week but Dentsu and Havas (or rather its new owner Vivendi) aren't due to report until mid-November. Dentsu Aegis Network is taking
  • still US agency and 72's stablemate within MDC Partners. Diageo's Baileys liqueur appointed VML as global digital agency. Click here for a summary of other account changes this quarter or here for the
  • now a sister to CP&B and 72andSunny within MDC Partners. It's a cute - and distinctively Scandinavian - concept, whose appeal will probably be greatest among the Nordic nations. They're so down-to-earth
  • MDC Partners' KBS agency secured US creative duties for dairy group Dean Foods, but said it would not be defending the BMW creative account, currently in review. Havas Media secured US media for confectionery
  • MDC Partners is due to report later today. WPP will bring the marketing results season to a close next Thursday. So far, Interpublic leads for the quarter, followed by Publicis, Omnicom and Dentsu.
  • US chicken restaurant El Pollo Loco signed up with MDC Partners' Vitro unit. New reviews include global creative for out of TBWA and US creative for Diet Coke, which is parting ways with Droga5.

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