June 2006
Campaign;6/16/2006, Issue 24, p52
Trade Publication
This article presents several news items related to the field of marketing. The board of Aegis group PLC has asked its shareholders to make a tough call by persuading them to see off Vincent Bollorá's attempt to install two of his nominees as directors. Two of Leo Burnett's global clients have called reviews in June 2006. Both Nintendo and Beck's are strong international brands that no network can afford to lose. Unilever's decision to call a global digital roster review is infuriating for the agencies involved: after two months spent pitching for the British business, they now must start the whole process again.


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