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  • 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
  • known internally as "partners". Yes, well that's the reason, but the ad far transcends such matters, as an ordinary school concert is transformed with some wholly brilliant staging. It's the best Christmas
  • Another grim quarter for struggling MDC Partners, though with some glimmers of improvement. Revenues of $375.8m for 3Q represented organic growth of 1.5%. That was significantly better than last quarter'
  • 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
  • requested to see all the evidence for its Japanese partner's claims. Nissan managers are known to have bristled in recent years at Ghosn's increasingly autocratic style, and also the leading role played
  • 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
  • Scott Kauffman, chairman & CEO of MDC Partners for the past three years, announced plans to step down from that role, though he will remain a director. Kauffman was previously MDC's presiding director,
  • lining to follow a grim set of results for parent group MDC Partners. Revenues of $380m for 2Q represented a 1.7% organic decline. It is MDC's weakest ever organic performance, though lower than the declines
  • at Havas in the second half. MDC Partners reports later today; Dentsu next week; and WPP not until next month. WPP was reported to be in talks to sell a 20% stake in its collective agency assets in
  • its holding company MDC Partners and multiple individuals employed by those two companies on multiple charges including wrongful termination of employment, discrimination, defamation and civil conspiracy.

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