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MVBMS Wins $35 Mil. Valtrex

NEW YORK - Messner Vetere Berger McNamee Schmetterer/Euro RSCG has won Glaxo Wellcome's $35 million account for its Valtrex anti-herpes drug. The agency will launch its first advertising for…

Ad Figures Picking Sides for 2000

The campaign season remains more than a year away, but ad agency types are already emerging in national and state campaigns. North Woods Advertising, Minneapolis, which created spots that…

DDB Wins VW's Bentley in U.S.

NEW YORK - Bentley Motor Cars USA has tapped DDB for its ad account, the agency's first North American car client since it lost Volkswagen of America four years…

E-broker Accutrade Swaps Shops

NEW YORK-Online broker Accutrade has awarded its $5-10 million account to The Romann Group after considering two other agencies. The incumbent, Doremus & Co., split with the client…

APL Makes Creative Hires

Agency Hopes New Faces Will Stabilize Department NEW YORK-Ammirati Puris Lintas has bolstered the senior ranks of its creative department in recent weeks, naming four new group heads. The…

4 Up for Rolling Stone, Us Account

Fallon's Exit Followed Clash With Wenner NEW YORK-At least four agencies emerged last week for an assignment from Wenner Media. They are Arnold Communications in Boston, Mullen in Wenham,…

Havas, Sloves Eye Network

French Holding Company to Build Creative Alternative NEW YORK-Havas Advertising is making overtures to shops in the U.S. and abroad as it seeks to create a new global network…

AHP Seeking an Image Groomer

American Home Products, the world's seventh-largest drug maker, is talking to six or seven agencies regarding a $15-25 million corporate-image assignment, sources said. The company, whose stable…

Dell Names Ammirati

Ammirati Puris Lintas in New York has landed Dell Computer's $35 million home and small business group account after a review. Another component of Dell's account still in review, perhaps…

Kaess Has Work Cut Out

Restructuring in 2000; Finding Creative HeirNEW YORK--Ken Kaess, next in line to lead DDB Worldwide, was serving as second-in-command at the network's Los Angeles office in the early '90s when…

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