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Interpublic chief Michael Roth stands to gain nearly $42 million should there be a change in control at the holding company, according to the company's newly released annual meeting proxy statement. Of that amount, $12.6 million would reflect severance and $13.5 million in performance shares. (The balance comes from payment of bonus, stock options, performance cash, restricted stock, medical, dental and vision, 401K match and bonus.)