Cordiant's De Yturbe Resigns

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NEW YORK Cordiant Communications Group, parent to Bates and 141 Worldwide, said Thursday that Jean de Yturbe has stepped down as deputy president of the British holding company. He will remain on the board of directors.

The resignation comes a year after de Yturbe ceded his role as chairman of Bates Europe to Bates U.K.

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