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Chinese regulators threaten Aegis/Dentsu deal

Will Dentsu’s £3.2bn takeover of Aegis ever actually happen? Dentsu has been telling us for months that it’s only a matter of time – time needed to win regulatory approval in China, where Dentsu is desperate to expand and sees ...

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Watch out Eric Newnham and Talon – Posterscope is plotting your downfall!

This video has surfaced on YouTube purporting to describe the reaction of Dentsu-owned Postercope to Talon’s win of OMG’s humungous UK outdoor buying business – £150m or so. Dentsu bought media-buying independent Aegis for £3.2m last year and Posterscope, its ...

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Dentsu boss Tim Andree sets out new China strategy

China and Japan aren’t always the best of pals (that’s enough serious political analysis for now) and Japanese marcoms giant Dentsu has therefore found it difficult to expand in its neighbour’s huge market. The traditional Dentsu model, providing absolutely everything ...

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My pick of 2012: Follow the Frog, Wieden+Kennedy and Jerry Buhlmann

All right, league tables of achievement are as commonplace as turkeys right now. Why burden you with another one? Well, I’ve been asked to – by the good folk at More About Advertising. So: Ad of the Year. Yes, I ...

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Returning ‘revenue’ boss Peter Huijboom may be a contender for the top job at Dentsu-owned Aegis

Former Synovate CEO Peter Huijboom (left) is returning to Aegis as its first ‘global director of business integration,’ charged with identifying ‘revenue synergies’ between Aegis and new owner Dentsu, which bought the media buying network for £3.2bn earlier this year. ...

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