Interpublic Group

Here’s How Each Major Ad Agency’s Stock Is Looking as the Industry Prepares for the Trump Era

Before Nov. 8, the big advertising holding companies faced a straightforward, slow-growth future. The business would continue to evolve, and the agencies would continue to adapt by expanding their capabilities, especially in digital media. But the election cast a blanket of doubt on the prospects for the major players.

Campbell Ewald Names New CEO and CCO as Agency Rebuilds After Controversy

Campbell Ewald executive creative director Jo Shoesmith will become the agency's chief creative officer following the departure of her predecessor, Mark Simon, who is retiring after 16 years at the agency.

USAA Hires MullenLowe After Dropping Campbell Ewald Over ‘Ghetto Day’ Controversy

Financial client USAA has chosen IPG's MullenLowe as its new agency of record just over two months after

How to Make Pharma Ads That Won’t Give Consumers a Headache

Jeremy Perrott insists that medical and pharmaceutical creative work can be just as sexy as any other form of advertising—perhaps even more so. And if anyone would know, it's Perrott.

Q&A: Michael Roth Looks Ahead at 2016’s Challenges, Trends and Opportunities for IPG

In today's fourth-quarter earnings call, IPG CEO Michael Roth offered a cautiously optimistic outlook for 2016 after a 2015 in which the holding company beat its own expectations for organic growth across its agency network.

IPG Chief Michael Roth on Firing Campbell Ewald’s CEO and Being a Leader in Diversity

When it recently came to light that agency Campbell Ewald had for several months quietly tolerated a racist email sent by a creative director, the response from parent company IPG was a swift executive decapitation.

Campbell Ewald’s CEO Has Been Fired Amid Fallout Over a Staffer’s Racist Email

In a two-sentence news release this morning, Interpublic Group announced it has terminated Campbell Ewald CEO Jim Palmer and handed leadership to agency president Kevin Wertz.

To Attract Outsider Talent, One Agency Cooked Up a New Approach in New Orleans

Before Nate Sutter worked in advertising, he was a professional yo-yo-er. Sponsored by Duncan Yo-Yo, he traveled the country performing tricks at toy stores, children's hospitals and schools. He then spent a year and a half apprenticing as a body-piercing artist, and after that worked as a bartender in New Orleans' Bywater neighborhood.

Big Markets Drive Profit Growth at IPG

Net income at Interpublic Group grew significantly in both the second quarter and first half of the year, amid modest revenue growth.

Why Digitas Isn’t Afraid of Publishers’ Branded Content Studios

Specs Current gig Chief content officer, DigitasLBi Previous gig Chief content officer at Interpublic Group's UM, head of UM Studios Age 47