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  • In the news this past week: Agencies Dentsu jumped to the top of the class with a stellar performance for the latest quarter. Revenues equivalent to around $2.0bn represented impressive organic growth
  • Hot on the heels of its deal for Gyro, Dentsu Aegis Network added another string to its bow with the acquisition of US CRM giant Merkle. The purchase will fill a significant hole in the group's US portfolio,
  • 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 China to a consortium comprising
  • is said to have been split between VCCP and Dentsu Aegis Network. Omnicom's Doremus is reported to have won B2B. Mediacom has retained global media. Publicis Groupe captured global media for Lenovo
  • campaign a couple of years ago. In Australia, Dentsu X - previously Mitchells - was reappointed to Australia Post's media account. Click here for a summary of other account changes this quarter or here
  • A similar concept lay behind Australian agency BWM Dentsu's 'Project Revoice' campaign for The ALS Association. ALS sufferer Pat Quinn helped to launch the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge - a huge viral triumph
  • The running battle between Omnicom Media Group and Dentsu Aegis Network on the new business front continued, with two accounts swapping hands between the two agencies. Omnicom's OMD captured US media
  • NEC "Everyone Is A Key" by Dentsu Just under four weeks to go till the Fifa World Cup, and here come the main broadcasters' promotional campaigns. In the UK, BBC and ITV unveiled their ads, each created
  • Dentsu reported organic growth for 1Q at the higher end of its peer group. Net sales came in at the equivalent of almost $2.1bn, representing organic growth of 2.1%. However operating profit fell sharply
  • Microsoft reappointed Dentsu Aegis Network - primarily Carat - as its global media agency. Oil refiner and retailer BP remained under the WPP umbrella. The business is currently led by Ogilvy and Mindshare.


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