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    Don't take my word for it. Go listen to CEO David Taylor's comments on advertising during the company's quarterly earnings conference call today.
  • Bad to Worse At MDC Partners
    It hasn't been a great year so far for MDC Partners and recent developments signal that things aren't going to improve any time soon.
  • Is Mark Read The Next WPP CEO?
    He's been the inside favorite for the last couple of years as the company began seriously considering succession scenarios.
  • MDC, Crispin Move To Have Former CCO's Suit Against Them Dismissed
    The companies said Ralph Watson's $20 million lawsuit for wrongful termination and other charges was completely without merit.
  • How Do You Equate Eating Burgers At A Competitor With An ISIS Execution?
    Ask Valor Media. They did It on behalf of a southeastern burger chain, now a former client.
  • More Change Coming To WPP Board
    Hugo Shong is leaving the holding company's board at the end of the month. He is global chairman of IDG Capital and is credited with forming China's first technology capital venture firm.
  • Lions Festival Revenue Sank 9% This Year
    Due in part to the absence of Publicis Groupe and a slimmed-down awards program, revenues took a hit this year.
  • WPP In Talks to Sell Stake In China Holdings
    WPP is in early talks with ecommerce giant Alibaba Group and two other big Chinese companies to sell a 20% stake in WPP China, which is valued at $2.5 billion.
  • Another Agency Bails On Papa John's After Explosive Report From Forbes
    Initiative, part of Interpublic Group, resigned as the pizza chain's media shop. In the past few days three different shops have resigned their assignments.
  • Former KSL Media CMO Gets New Gig As Agency's Bankruptcy Case Inches Forward
    Yeah, it's been almost five years and still no resolution in the KSL Media Bankruptcy Case.
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