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Tocquigny Gives the Ad People What They Want: Tacos and Beer

Specs Who Fom left: vice presidents Colin Gilligan, Chris Patten, Prentice Howe; president Tom Fornoff; CEO Yvonne Tocquigny What Digital ad agency Where Austin, Texas

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.

This Agency Gets 90% of Its Business Through Referrals

Specs Who (from left) Izzy the dog, employee relations; Michael Dub, partner; Sandy Rubinstein, CEO; Benjamin Hordell, partner What Agency Where Edgewater, N.J.

Data Drives This Digital Sales and Marketing Company in Dallas

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This Digital Agency Went From a Spare Bedroom to Winning Awards

Specs Who Drew Ungvarsky, owner and creative director What Digital agency Where Norfolk, Va.

Tribal Gets a New Business Chief for the U.S.

Looking to redouble its business development efforts, Tribal today named Kyle Snarr head of client development and marketing in the U.S.

Draftfcb Is Unveiling Its Rebranding

This may be the most public course correction in modern agency branding: Draftfcb, formed by the combination of two Interpublic shops in 2006, is unveiling its new identity as FCB (Foote, Cone & Belding).

Modern Climate Helps Brands Get Mobile

Specs Who (l. to r.) John Moberg, COO, CTO; Keith Wolf, CCO; Geoff Bremner, president and CEO; Jason Tell, chief knowledge officer What Digital ad agency Where Minneapolis

Resource Is an Agency That Combines Consumer Experience and E-commerce

Specs Who (l. to r.) Nancy Kramer, founder, chairman; John Kadlic, president; and Kelly Mooney, CEO What Digital marketing agency Where Columbus, Ohio, offices

WPP Created One Big Digital Shop From 8 Smaller Ones

WPP Group, like most rival holding companies, is perfectly willing to acquire a big digital player like AKQA. But with Possible, WPP’s roll up of smaller digital shops, the parent is taking a different Lego-like approach, building a global network brick by brick.