Omnicom Suffers Rough Q4

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NEW YORK Omnicom Group said its fourth-quarter net income, pulled down by a shortfall in year-end project work and the strengthening dollar, dropped nearly 14 percent to $271 million, or 88 cents a share, from $314 million, or 96 cents a share, a year earlier. 
 
While Omnicom had not posted a quarterly decline in recent years, the company still managed to outperform analysts’ consensus forecast of 84 cents a share for the company.
 
Worldwide revenue in the quarter fell 7 percent to $3.4

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