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Aldi - Germany - media - agency
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Simplot Foods - Australia - creative - agency
Club Med - France - media - agency
Miller High Life - US - creative - agency
Keystone Light - US - creative - agency
7 Eleven - Australia - media - agency
BMW Motorcycles - US - creative - agency
Wild Turkey - US - creative - agency
Pampers - Germany - creative - agency
Emirates - South Africa - creative - agency
Strongbow - US - digital - agency
Rugby League World Cup - Australia - creative, media - agency
Fidelity - UK - media - agency
Tourism New Zealand - Australia - creative - agency
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Pepsi - US - digital - agency
Jim Beam - Global - creative - agency
SunCorp Banks - Australia - creative, media - agency
Air New Zealand - Australia - media - agency
The AA - UK - media - agency
Zoopla/uSwitch - UK - creative - agency
Nando's - UK - creative - agency
Mission Foods - UK - creative - agency
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SEVEN DAYS
to 22nd Sept 2016

ADVERTISERS
Bayer clinches Monsanto for $66bn in biggest-ever all-cash acquisition

Comcast to launch mobile service via own wi-fi and leased Verizon bandwidth

Samsung reels from Note 7 recall, sells printer business to HP for $1bn

Emma Walmsley named as next GSK CEO, Big Pharma's first female leader

Unilever goes green with deal for Seventh Generation home & personal products

US regulators hammer Deutsche Bank with $14bn fine for mortgage mis-selling

Wells Fargo CEO hauled before Senate committee over fake sales to customers

Scale of Apple's auto ambitions revealed by takeover approach to McLaren

Johnson & Johnson bulks up in eye care with buy-out of Abbott Medical Optics

Fashion chain Primark reports first sale-store sales decline in 16 years

Lidl UK chief quits following personality and strategy clash with new boss

AGENCIES
Dentsu under pressure in Japan over claims of over-billing for digital media

WSJ claims Y&R undercut rival bidders by half on fees for Census 2020 account

Deutsch chairman Linda Sawyer to depart after 27 years with agency

MDC appoints admored ex-Cheil and McCann executive to lead Europe

Vizeum US outpost to be merged with digital unit 360i

Dentsu Aegis Network keeps shopping with four new deals in a single week

Aldi launches first ever TV ad campaign in Germany, names Ogilvy for media

Coty confirms Publicis Media to handle ex-P&G beauty brands

New agencies for Sears Canada, T-Mobile Netherlands, La Quinta Hotels

J Walter Thompson adds two accounts, Leo Burnett loses two

MEDIA
Viacom interim CEO Tom Dooley to depart in Nov as Redstones tighten grip

Time Inc names new CEO after Joe Ripp suffers "health incident"

HBO dominates the Emmy's again but Fox's FX Network is close behind

TOP ADVERTISING TERRITORIES
by projected media expenditure 2016

USA ($178.0bn)
China ($85.5bn)
Japan ($38.6bn)
UK ($25.9bn)
Brazil ($18.7bn)
Germany ($18.6bn)
France ($11.5bn)
Australia ($9.9bn)
Canada ($9.6bn)
South Korea ($8.9bn)
India ($8.7bn)
Italy ($8.0bn)
Israel ($5.4bn)
Spain ($5.4bn)
Mexico ($4.8bn)
Russia ($4.6bn)
Austria ($4.2bn)
Netherlands ($4.1bn)
Philippines ($4.0bn)
(source: GroupM
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