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Tops table of publicly listed marketing company share price movements
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Three privately-owned UK marketing agencies have won the full complement of eight "plums" for their financial credentials in this year's Private Plums awards, but there was a slight decline in the average number of plums awarded to a company.
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New survey of balance sheet vulnerability comments on "Brexit cloud" and economic uncertainty: Companies need a strong and secure foundation of shareholders' funds to weather whatever storms may lie ahead.
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But restrictions on scale of awards should avoid dampening entrepreneurial spirit
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The UK based global marketing group WPP has decided not to review the value of its 19.5% shareholding in controversial US audience measurement company comScore for the time being, despite a $106m shortfall between its current market value and the value...
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The value of WPP's 19.5% shareholding in US audience measurement company comScore fell further today when the Nasdaq stock market suspended trading in comScore shares.
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Despite the tub thumping threat last May by the new chairman of the International Accounting Standards Board, Hans Hoogervorst, that a way will be found to stop companies publishing versions of their results that are at variance with those prescribed in..
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Media agency shares top award for financial credentials for second successive year. More companies enjoyed income growth and bigger operating profits, but debt and finance costs grew.
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WPP, the world's largest marketing group, has written down its investment in the controversial US audience measurement company comScore and its subsidiary Rentrak by $218 million (or about £145 million) over the last two years, according to research by...
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WPP, Omnicom Group and Publicis Groupe accounted between them for almost 57% of all the revenue generated by the 30 largest groups. WPP outperformed all-comers with its revenue, but also earned the biggest post-tax profit and improved its op margin
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The price of shares in all but two of the 17 marketing companies listed on the London stock exchange have fallen since last weekend as investors weighed up the possibility of a "Brexit" vote. Shares in the remaining two companies were unchanged.
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Bank borrowings up 38.5% while shareholders' funds unchanged
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Proposals by the chairman of the International Accounting Standards Board to outlaw the use of profit measurements in company announcements that depart from prescribed rules are highly desirable, but those rules need to be more practical if they are to...
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Emblazoned across an early page of M&C Saatchi’s website is the statement: “If you own something you care more: our managers have equity in their business” – a statement that could easily be dismissed as a gimmicky attempt to distinguish the...
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In a year when marketing agencies found it harder to grow and to maintain profitability, media buyer The7Stars UK has shown that it can still be done.
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Asset disposals and revaluation gains of £232 million helped the world's biggest marketing group WPP to boost its post-tax profit by 55% in the half year to 30 June, according to an analysis of its results by the financial research publication...
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• Aggregate revenues grew by 5.7% • Smaller (8.7%) slice of operating profit spent on finance costs • Post-tax profits up by 11.1% • WPP biggest by revenue and profit • BUT 40% saw profits fall
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Balance sheets of over 80% of publicly listed marketing companies had become more vulnerable at their latest accounting year end than one year previously, according to a financial research report published today.