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Publicis shows that UBS Swiss bankers do have their uses

Anyone old enough to remember the notorious “gnomes of Zurich,” the Swiss bankers blamed by Labour politicians for a string of economic disasters? Well the gnomes wear slick suits these days and lots of them work for giant Swiss bank ...

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Publicis top board says CEO Sadoun’s on the right track

Publicis Groupe has seen the odd spot of turmoil over the years as various execs vied to succeed CEO Maurice Levy but supervisory board chairman Levy and biggest shareholder Elizabeth Badinter has expressed satisfaction with its new leadership by re-apppointing ...

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Publicis makes second raid on R/GA creatives

R/GA has been the jewel in Interpublic’s crown, a digital first creative agency with the ability to perform in all media and its own box of tricks. But founder Bob Greenberg’s agency is now looking to fill its two biggest ...

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Accenture revenues surge, Publicis raids Tesco and Amazon.

Communications, media and technology continues to deliver the goods for Accenture with third quarter earnings of $2.13bn compared with $1.75bn for the third quarter of fiscal 2017, an increase of 22 per cent in US dollars and 18 per cent ...

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Now Publicis Groupe shuffles its UK media chiefs

Those media agency revolving doors keep whizzing round and now Amanda Morrissey, head of Publicis Media in the UK, is off to be replaced by Sue Frogley, president of global solutions at Publicis Groupe, no less. Morrissey isn ‘t going ...

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Wil Publicis’ new Spine put some backbone into data?

Barely a minute passes and there’s something new from go-go Publicis CEO Arthur Sadoun. Now it’s something called Publicis Spine which is – so far as I can make out – some kind of data collective. It’s exhaustively described here ...

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