Brian Wieser

Sapient’s Net Income Falls Amid Publicis Groupe’s Bid to Buy the Company

Talk about bad timing: Sapient today reported third-quarter net income fell 15 percent to $22.3 million, just four days after Publicis Groupe

Publicis Groupe Pays a Premium for Sapient in $3.7 Billion Acquisition

Publicis Groupe is acquiring digital company Sapient in a $3.7 billion all-cash deal, commanding a premium that surprises observers.

WPP Expects More Consolidation Amid Publicis Groupe-Omnicom Deal

In releasing 2013 interim results, WPP Group formally addressed the implications of the recently unveiled Publicis Groupe-Omnicom merger, which it described as

Looks Like the Windowing Wars Are Back When It Comes to Digital/Cable TV

At the FX upfront breakfast this year, John Landgraf said something surprising: the company was rolling out a new digital service called FX Now.

Is Hulu Really Worth 45% Less Than Tumblr?

Now that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has Tumblr in the bag for a cool $1.1 billion, AllThingsD

BlueGlass Buys Idealizer to Gain European Foothold

As big brands increasingly seek out global digital services, it gets increasingly difficult for a small domestic-only shop to secure their accounts.

Publicis Groupe Posts Rise in 2012 Net Income

Publicis Groupe today reported a 23 percent increase in 2012 net income to $982 million, thanks to growth from digital services and its agencies in the U.S. and developing markets.

Facebook Mobile Ads Push Flowers for Valentine’s Day

While 1-800-Flowers.com isn’t new to sinking cash into Facebook ads, the e-retailer is particularly sweet on the social network's mobile promos for Valentine's Day this year.

Investors to Tongal, Convertro: Happy New Year!

The cash-happy investor days appear to have ended with the close of 2012, so tech startups of every stripe are currently pressing the flesh and locking down lunches with people of means before funds dry up.

Analyst: CBS Would Win the C7 Battle

After taking a good, long look at TiVo’s set-top-box data as it pertains to prime time broadcast ratings, one influential analyst is of the opinion that Les is more.