Bungey jumping as Bates CEO

Linnett, Richard
September 2000
Advertising Age;9/18/2000, Vol. 71 Issue 39, p108
Trade Publication
Reports the decision of Bates Worldwide Chairman Michael Bungey to step down from his post, effective September 2000. His decision to focus on Bates holding company Cordiant Communications Group; Bungey's accomplishments at Bates; Appointment of William Whitehead to replace Bungey.


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