Tag Archives: Michael Roth

Traders bet on deal action at Interpublic

Something seems to be going on Interpublic, the world’s fourth-largest marcoms group, with traders closing short positions (the expectation that the share price will fall) and betting on further rises. The shares are currently trading at just above $20 (IPG ...

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George Parker: how the Big Dumb Holding Companies screwed up their Big Dumb Agencies

Even though business in general, is notorious for rewarding senior management with obscene pay packets, which inevitably culminate in humungous “get the fuck out of here,” golden parachutes when their never ending failures and screw ups have finally become too ...

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£70m Morrisons sticks with DLKW Lowe

They say it’s rarely worthwhile repitching for a piece of business but Interpublic-owned DLKW Lowe will be thankful that it did – as well as breathing a huge sigh of relief – with the news that it’s been reappointed by ...

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