|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||50.60 - 51.40|
|52 Week Range||48.96 - 63.18|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.16|
|Earnings Date||Jul 18, 2018 - Jul 23, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.00 (3.91%)|
|1y Target Est||64.13|
September 12, 2018 - The Publicis Groupe [Euronext Paris FR0000130577, CAC 40] Strategy & Risk Committee and Supervisory Board meetings held on September 12, 2018 focused essentially on reviewing the Groupe`s strategy and the renewal of the Management Board members` mandates for a further four-year term. Prior to this, the Nominating Committee, chaired by Elisabeth Badinter, conducted its assessments during meetings held on July 18 and August 2, 2018 and made unanimous recommendations to the Supervisory Board. The individual and collective performances of the members of the Management Board were closely evaluated by the Nominating Committee.
The unassuming Mark Read will embark on the unenviable role of running WPP this week, tasked with reshaping a group at the centre of seismic industry change following the departure of the world's most high profile advertising boss Martin Sorrell. Read, a 51-year-old with experience across strategy and digital operations, is expected to be named WPP's second-ever CEO in the coming days after persuading the board he had what it takes to lead the world's biggest advertising company. Sorrell quit the British group in April following a complaint of personal misconduct, which he denied, and after a year-long sharp downturn in trading sparked by cautious clients and competition from Facebook, Google and new consultants.
WPP will name its unassuming former digital boss Mark Read as its new chief executive, tasked with turning around the world's largest advertising group in the wake of Martin Sorrell's departure, a city source told Reuters. Read stepped up to become WPP joint chief operating officer in April after Sorrell, its founder and the world's most famous advertising man, quit after 33 years in charge following a complaint of personal misconduct which he denied.
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As far as Alphabet Inc.’s Google is concerned, the EU taketh away but it giveth too. The first part of that was made clear this week when Brussels antitrust cops whacked the search giant with a 4.3 billion-euro ($5 billion) fine over its bundling of apps on the Android mobile operating system – a decision that might restrict the company’s access to the mobile browsing data that is its lifeblood. While that legislation was created to give consumers better control over how tech companies use their data, it may at the same time have strengthened Google and Facebook’s iron grip on the digital advertising market.
PARIS—Shares in some of the world’s biggest ad companies tumbled Thursday after Publicis Groupe SA reported revenue below expectations, heightening investor concerns over the advertising giant’s ability to weather technological disruption. As with its rivals, the world’s third-largest advertising group is under pressure from increased competition from consulting firms, marketers cutting back on the fees they pay ad agencies, and changes in consumer behavior. Publicis has responded to industry challenges by trying to transform from a corporate Goliath—beset by rivalries among its creative and digital agencies—into a more nimble operation that can cater to clients who are demanding services to contend with disruptions to their business models.
A rally in European stocks fizzled out on Thursday as poor results drove down advertising agency Publicis and a slide in metals prices dragged on the market. As the earnings season got into full swing, ...
The advertising industry’s transformation has barely begun. —with which Publicis infamously failed to merge in 2014—elicited a similar reaction on Tuesday. Three months ago, Publicis posted expectation-busting first-quarter sales.
France's Publicis Groupe SA reported an unexpected drop in second-quarter sales that caused its shares to fall sharply, pointing to the steep underperformance of its U.S. healthcare communications business. The world's third-largest advertising group said net revenue fell 2.1 percent to 2.2 billion euros ($2.56 billion), excluding the impact of acquisitions and foreign exchange, compared to a consensus estimate for growth of 1.1 percent. The discrepancy between the results and Publicis' outlook may unnerve investors who have become wary of the ad industry as it faces challenges online from technology companies such as Alphabet Inc and lower spending from large advertisers.
Publicis has responded to industry challenges by trying to transform from a corporate Goliath—beset by rivalries among its creative and digital agencies—into a more nimble operation that can cater to clients who are demanding services to contend with disruptions to their business models. Publicis, which owns agencies including Leo Burnett and Saatchi & Saatchi, said revenue in the quarter ending on June 30 fell 2.1% on an organic basis—a key industry measure that strips out currency effects, acquisitions and disposals—to 2.2 billion euros ($2.56 billion). Ltd. said that its second-quarter net profit rose, driven by broad-based order growth and improved productivity.
First Half 2018 Results - H1 results on track with our objective to improve organic growth and expand margin in 2018 - Slowdown from a good Q1 to a negative Q2 partly due to health sector - 27% ...
France's Publicis Groupe SA reported an unexpected drop in second-quarter sales on Thursday, pointing to the steep underperformance of its U.S. healthcare communications business. The world's third-largest advertising group said net revenue fell 2.1 percent to 2.2 billion euros ($2.56 billion), excluding the impact of acquisitions and foreign exchange, compared to a consensus estimate for growth of 1.1 percent. The discrepancy between the results and Publicis' outlook may unnerve investors who have become wary of the ad industry as it faces challenges online from technology companies such as Alphabet Inc and lower spending from large advertisers.
Publicis Groupe SA plunged the most in almost three years after posting a surprise sales decline in the second quarter, adding to evidence that the advertising industry is mired in a slump sparked by the shift to digital media. The Publicis downturn brings a fresh headache to Chief Executive Officer Arthur Sadoun, who took the helm from Maurice Levy just over a year ago. The results were “very disappointing,” Conor O’Shea, an analyst at Kepler Cheuvreux, said by email.
Publicis Groupe Expands its Country Model to Cover All of its Markets July 12, 2018 - Paris - Publicis Groupe today announced the expansion of its country model organisation. ...
Maurice Levy, chairman of Publicis Groupe's supervisory board, discusses the future of advertising with Bloomberg's Ed Hammond at the Allen & Co. Sun Valley summit. (Video edited to remove incorrect graphic.) ...
INVITATION PUBLICIS GROUPE First Half 2018 Results Date & Time Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 10:00am (Paris time - CET) Arthur Sadoun Chairman & CEO Jean-Michel Etienne Executive Vice President & Group CFO ...
IMPACT OF APPLICATION OF IFRS15 AND IFRS16 ACCOUNTING STANDARDs July 6, 2018 - Publicis Groupe SA has applied IFRS15 "Revenue" accounting standard since ...
SAVE THE DATE PUBLICIS GROUPE First Half 2018 Results Publicis Groupe will release its First Half 2018 Results on Thursday, July 19, 2018 before the Paris stock market opens. Conference Call & Webcast ...
CANTON, Mass., June 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Dunkin' Donuts today announced the selection of a unit within Publicis Media as the agency partner for its U.S. media buying and planning. The team, a bespoke unit of Publicis dedicated and named for Dunkin' Donuts, will pull resources from across Publicis Groupe's Digitas and Blue 449 to handle the account. The agency's responsibilities will include working closely with Dunkin' Donuts' company leadership, franchise leadership and existing partners on all national and local media-planning and buying.