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Publicis Groupe, the world's third-largest advertising group, revealed a heavy write-down on its U.S. digital business in the final report of outgoing CEO Maurice Levy.
Agency appoints Kat Gates and Jeffrey Castellano as Group Creative Directors
Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. (Nasdaq: WBA) has partnered with WPP (Nasdaq: WPPGY) and selected a team of WPP agencies to operate and develop multiple marketing and communications channels for its retail and wholesale...
Burson-Marsteller Fan Experience and Penn Schoen Berland Release Insights into What Viewers Think About the Game, Commercials, Halftime Show, Social Media and Emerging Technology
The copycatting between Facebook and Snapchat continues as the two social networks duke it out for users.
Publicis Groupe traded higher Friday after the world's third-largest advertising company named its first new CEO in more than three decades.
Christopher Graves to Lead New Center Focusing on Hidden Cognitive and Behavioral Barriers and How to Overcome Them
Agency identifies new engagement criteria: 'Wantedness'
The Burson-Marsteller Age of Trump Technology Policy Survey Reveals Technology Elites are Optimistic About the Current and Future State of the Country and Economy, While the General Public Expresses Concerns
Banks were the biggest detractor from returns as Monte Paschi and Deutsche Bank weighed amid risk-off trading
WPP's announcement follows similar statements by Publicis and Omnicom.
WPP (NASDAQ:WPPGY) confirms that, similarly to Interpublic, Omnicom and Publicis, three of its subsidiaries have received subpoenas from the U.
U.S. authorities may be looking into 'video production and post-production' practices in the global advertising industry.
The European Central Bank cut and extended quantitative easing at the same time, while the Supreme Court battle drew to a close in the U.K.