Saatchi & Saatchi veteran Martin Riley will lead business in Singapore, Japan, and mainland China.
Taylor was the incumbent on the account.
Scottish distillery William Grant & Sons, which owns Sailor Jerry Rum and Hendrick's Gin, has appointed Salt to manage its UK comms, following a five-way pitch.
The firm is boosting media relations for the automaker's sports-related efforts and raising consumer awareness of its sponsorships.
Clinton fires up Emily's List crowd, avoids email talk; Obamacare to go before Supreme Court, again; Bogusky to launch 'social impact' firm.
The firm will also work to elevate Tonka's marketing partnerships with Ford and Toyota and spread the word about its philanthropic efforts.
The agency will also work to pick up the pace of consumer awareness about the event.
Clinton emails at State Department scrutinized; All eyes on Netanyahu address; IPG's Roth: We don't do "Sapient-sized" deals.
Sheldon Clay is Spong's first group creative director.
Fitzgerald has led Ketchum Greater China since 2012.
The deal will give Lewis a boost in digital services including SEO and media buying.
Raj will relocate from London to New York for the role.
Dress debate nearly breaks Internet; BlueFocus profit surges; More claims O'Reilly fudged reporting record.
Wood, most recently EVP and group manager, has been at Ketchum since 2004.
Laura Pesin Eder reports to Stephanie Smirnov, MD of Edelman's New York consumer practice and former DeVries North America CEO.
The French holding company's acquisition spree continues after completing its deal for Sapient earlier this month.
Identity of "Jihadi John" revealed; FCC to vote on Net Neutrality; Publicis buys South Africa's Epic Communications.
The firm saw strong growth in its Latin America operations.
Philip Elwood is tasked with forming strategic partnerships with PR firms, think-tanks, and trade associations.
MDC Partners' Strategic Marketing Services unit grew 14.5% organically during the fourth quarter of 2014.
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Other agencies are weighing the risks of representing the embattled world soccer body, as well as the controversial host nations: Russia and Qatar.
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