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Tue, Jan 31 2017

BRIEF-Walgreens Boots Alliance and WPP announce global marketing and communications partnership

* Walgreens Boots Alliance and WPP announce global marketing and communications partnership

WPP receives U.S. subpoenas over video production practices

LONDON WPP , the world's largest advertising agency, said on Monday that three of its subsidiaries had received subpoenas from the U.S. Department of Justice as part of an investigation into video production practices in the advertising industry.

BRIEF-AT&T, DISH and WPP to acquire INVIDI, operate it together

* AT&T Inc - INVIDI will continue operating independently under three companies' collective ownership

WPP's GroupM restructuring stresses tech-driven ad-buying

WPP Plc's GroupM, one of the world's largest media buying firms, said on Monday it would restructure its North American operations as the industry relies more on technology to place ads.

WPP's GroupM restructuring stresses tech-driven ad-buying

Nov 14 WPP Plc's GroupM, one of the world's largest media buying firms, said on Monday it would restructure its North American operations as the industry relies more on technology to place ads.

WPP sees signs of Brexit uncertainty as sales growth slows

LONDON WPP , the world's largest advertising group, reported a slowdown in underlying sales growth in the third quarter, saying a weaker performance in Britain perhaps showed the first impact of the country's vote to leave the European Union.

UPDATE 3-WPP sees signs of Brexit uncertainty as sales growth slows

* Shares up 3.9 pct (Adds more on sterling, European focus)

WPP sees signs of Brexit uncertainty as Q3 organic sales growth slows

LONDON, Oct 31 WPP, the world's largest advertising group, reported a slowdown in organic net sales growth in the third quarter to 2.8 percent, saying a weaker performance in Britain perhaps reflects the first impact of Brexit uncertainties.

BRIEF-GroupM names new global CEO

* Co, media investment group of WPP, today appointed Kelly Clark as global CEO Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-WPP acquires Norewgian content analytics company Linkpulse

* Xaxis' Plista acquires real-time content analytics company, Linkpulse in Norway Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom)

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