25 Jun 2004
another stormy meeting with City institutions and investors. Now that the City is wising up to what
17 Sep 2004
| by Jeremy Lee
The City has given WPP's acquisition of Grey Global a lukewarm response....Alex de Groote, a media analyst at Credit Agricole, said analysts were initially worried that WPP would pay too much for Grey - an asset that some institutions thought it did not need - and this had led to a weakness in WPP's shares.
However, the £729 million price for Grey was lower than the City had ...
05 Nov 2004
Mexican broadcaster Televisa and Viacom have extended their relationship with the launch of MTV Hits, MTV Jams, VH1 Soul, MTV Megahits and GAS on Televisa's Cablevision platform. MTV, VH1 and Nickelodeon remain on Televisa's Sky Mexico. Under the deal, Televisa is now the exclusive off-air licensing...
21 Sep 2004
| by Rachel Gardner,
until 7am the following morning, when the media and the City will be made aware of the top ...
19 Nov 2004
Across Asia, the outdoor sector is booming, with media agencies quick to embrace new technologies. Pippa Considine investigates.
27 Feb 2004
| by Jeremy Lee
The City has welcomed the appointment of Sir Peter Burt, the former chief executive of the Bank..., Richards said City calls for Allen's resignation had subsided.
"They've made the strategy and set ...
03 Sep 2004
| by Glen Mutel
the Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall.
12 Nov 2004
Ah, the joys of a river view, particularly in the urban jungle that is our capital city
start, with one City source describing it as "a damp squib".
03 Jun 2004
| by Ian Darby,
By last weekend, City talk had moved on to events at Marks & Spencer, but it was the relative