Facebook now counts more than 1.3 billion mobile users, putting its smartphone-based audience at a billion more people than Twitter attracts as a whole. That is one of the most revealing numbers showing why Facebook is dominating the mobile-ad market while Twitter continues to struggle.
Net income at Interpublic Group grew significantly in both the second quarter and first half of the year, amid modest revenue growth.
Marissa Mayer reported Yahoo's best revenue growth in nearly a decade, but the company is spending a lot of money and actually took a loss, overall.
Martin Sorrell is never shy when it comes to expressing his opinion about other businesses, and the WPP Group CEO was at it again today, questioning whether Netflix can consistently be profitable without taking on advertising.
Revenue grew overall and organically at Interpublic Group in the first quarter of 2015, but the company still recorded a net loss.
Omnicom Group eked out a net income gain of 2 percent in the first quarter, despite a revenue decline.
Publicis Groupe said organic growth was flat in the first quarter while the positive impact of foreign exchange and acquisitions like Sapient boosted revenue growth by 32 percent.
Publicis Groupe grew significantly in the last quarter of 2014, ending the year with $9.62 billion in revenue, good enough to maintain its No. 3 position among ad holding companies. Net income for all of '14, however, fell 9 percent to $815 million, due in part to costs related to acquisitions and the company's failed merger with Omnicom Group.
In taking a one-third stake in SS+K, M&C Saatchi is abandoning efforts to establish its own presence in advertising's biggest city.
Talk about bad timing: Sapient today reported third-quarter net income fell 15 percent to $22.3 million, just four days after Publicis Groupe