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CHICAGO - Tony Houghton thought he would finish his career at Hal Riney & Partners. At least that's what the agency president told himself ei" />
CHICAGO - Tony Houghton thought he would finish his career at Hal Riney & Partners. At least that's what the agency president told himself ei" />

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Houghton Completes Burnett Reshuffling By Jim Kirk with Daniel S. Levin

CHICAGO - Tony Houghton thought he would finish his career at Hal Riney & Partners. At least that's what the agency president told himself ei

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Last week, however, Houghton returned to familiar territory as the new president of Leo Burnett U.S.A., filling the post left by the departure of Ted Bell to Young & Rubicam. Houghton downplayed speculation that he left Riney because of any rift.
‘I’m sure there was speculation because I was only there for eight months,’ said the 55-year-old Houghton.

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