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This Week's Account Moves

Jack Daniel's, Brown-Forman - Global - creative - agency
Bayer OTC "power brands" - Global - creative - agency
Perrigo consumer health - Europe, Australia - media - agency
Muller dairy - Germany - media - agency
Beiersdorf - UK - media - agency
Ballantine's - Global - creative - agency
LEGO - North & Latin America - PR - agency
Legal & General - UK - creative - agency
More Than - UK - creative - agency
L'Oreal - Philippines - media - agency
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This Week's Account Reviews

Jeep - Australia - creative - agency
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Migros "Mimi the Owl"
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Loteria de Navidad "Ramon & José"
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LATEST NEWS

ADVERTISERS

Victoria's Secret cancels its annual TV fashion show after media backlash and declining sales

Charles Schwab close to a deal to acquire online trading rival TD Ameritrade

Paypal buys online voucher and price tracking service Honey for $4bn

Molson Coors moves into premium new age soft drinks with stake in incubator LA Libations

Coty acquires majority control of Kylie Jenner Cosmetics for more than six times annual revenues

Top executive from Calvin Klein and L'Oreal joins Google's senior marketing team

Another change of CEO at Volkswagen Group's Audi division

John Legere to step down as CEO of T-Mobile USA following Sprint merger

AGENCIES

Major reorganisation of Publicis Groupe agencies unveiled in Germany, with multiple brands to be phased out

Martin Sorrell's S4 Capital expands its presence in India with new acquisition

Wunderman Thompson confirms global creative leaders but loses another big account

Poor performance in APAC drags Dentsu into the red for 3Q despite strength in Americas and Japan

Accenture wins first big international account under its own banner, taking Huggies from WPP

MEDIA

Sony buys back full control of Game Show Network cable channel from AT&T

Viacom posts flat annual results ahead of imminent re-merger with CBS

TOP advertising TERRITORIES
by projected media expenditure 2018

USA ($189.1bn)
China ($88.2bn)
Japan ($43.8bn)
UK ($26.1bn)
Brazil ($20.7bn)
Germany ($20.4bn)
France ($13.0bn)
Australia ($12.5bn)
Canada ($10.7bn)
India ($10.6bn)
South Korea ($9.8bn)
Italy ($9.2bn)
Russia ($7.7bn)
Argentina ($7.1bn)
Spain ($6.4bn)
Philippines ($6.0bn)
Austria ($5.1bn)
Netherlands ($4.7bn)
Mexico ($4.2bn)
Sweden ($4.1bn)
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