Interpublic Group Is Divesting From HackerAgency After 18 Years

Seattle-based shop goes independent on the heels of split with AT&T

FCB acquired the direct marketing company in 1999 for an undisclosed sum. Hacker Group, IPG

Today, the Interpublic Group of Companies, the world’s third largest advertising holding company, announced that it’s divesting from HackerAgency, a Seattle-based direct marketing and customer relationship management organization. HackerAgency was originally acquired by FCB in 1999 for an undisclosed sum.

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