Bates Worldwide's Bungey to take charge of Cordiant

Tylee, John
September 2000
Campaign;09/22/2000, Issue 38, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that Michael Bungey will resign as chairman and chief executive of creative agency Bates Worldwide in order to concentrate on running its parent company Cordiant PLC. Appointments of Jean de Yturbe and Bill Whitehead to top positions; Financial performance of Cordiant; Cordiant's acquisitions.


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