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Things seem to be getting overextended for IPG. Do you guys find it difficult to know when to buy or sell something? I prefer to get my stocks from https://hotstocks123.blogspot.com.
Very difficult to see IPG not making a big run north. Yo you should really check out awe-some*sto-cks, they seem on point with their stocks.
Very difficult to see IPG not making a big run north. awe-som*sto-cks recently alerted this company i think. google them.
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Things seem to be getting overextended for IPG. the other week awe*some*sto-ck*s alerted this company i think. google them .
Nice dip today and a good time to buy as a result
Thought it would be a good opportunity buying this dip.Almost grabbed the very bottom only off by 2 cents
Congrats on earnings release and 20% dividend hike !
MillerCoors is moving media buying and planning duties from Interpublic's Initiative to Publicis Media.
Had IPG not sold their one half of one percent of FB stake, it'd be worth almost 1 and half billion dollars. Yes, they sold it for maybe $250-300 million - and it only cost them $5 million - plus spending $10M in client monies. You'd think they'd have seen the future of social media better.
Status: Corporate Investor Founded: 1870 (predecessor company) Location: New York, NY
Facebook stake: .25% Value: $212 million
One of the world's largest advertising agencies, Interpublic (IPG) acquired a stake in Facebook in 2006. As it committed to spend $10 million placing ads for its clients on Facebook over the next year, Interpublic shrewdly bought (for less than $5 million) a half-percent stake in the social network. At the time, Facebook was focused solely on college students, and Interpublic CEO Michael Roth saw the social network as a niche youth advertising vehicle. Headquartered in New York City, Interpublic (NYSE: IPG) has 40,000 employees and reported full year revenues of $6 billion for 2009. In August of 2011, IPG announced it would sell about half of its Facebook shares, which would bring in approximately $130 million. Interpublic, owns agencies like Deutsch, Initiative, McCann Erickson, Mullen and R/GA.
FINALLY: Interpublic Reveals The Exact Size Of Its Facebook Stake