News archive from 29 July 2013

Publicis, Omnicom to merge to create advertising giant

Merger ... Maurice Levy, left, Chief Executive of French advertising group Publicis, and John Wren, head of Omnicom Group. Photo: AP Publicis and Omnicom plan to merge to create the world's biggest advertising group, worth $US35.1 billion ($37.9...

TheAge, 09:04 in Business
 
Publicis, Omnicom to merge to create advertising giant

Publicis, Omnicom to merge to create advertising giant

Publicis and Omnicom plan to merge to create the world's biggest advertising group, worth $US35.1 billion ($37.9 billion), a tie-up that could spur rivals to do deals to keep pace with big changes from technology and the Internet. The companies said...

 

Publicis, Omnicom to merge to create advertising giant

Merger ... Maurice Levy, left, Chief Executive of French advertising group Publicis, and John Wren, head of Omnicom Group. Photo: AP Publicis and Omnicom plan to merge to create the world's biggest advertising group, worth $US35.1 billion ($37.9...

 

Busy week ahead for world's leading central banks

Three of the world's leading central banks are likely to reaffirm their determination this week to keep a lid on interest rates for a long time to come, despite signs that their economies are slowly on the mend. The Federal Reserve, the European...

 

Busy week ahead for world's leading central banks

Three of the world's leading central banks are likely to reaffirm their determination this week to keep a lid on interest rates for a long time to come, despite signs that their economies are slowly on the mend. The Federal Reserve, the European...

 

Busy week ahead for world's leading central banks

Three of the world's leading central banks are likely to reaffirm their determination this week to keep a lid on interest rates for a long time to come, despite signs that their economies are slowly on the mend. The Federal Reserve, the European...

TheAge, 09:23 in Business
 

Insurance follows cyber crime on risk

True, most small businesses probably don't need coverage any more for their horse breaking a leg, but that is more than compensated by new-fangled ways of striking trouble. Cyber insurance is promising to be a new boomlet for insurers as companies...

 

Busy week ahead for world's leading central banks

The Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank and the Bank of England are all expected to repeat or refine their "forward guidance" that borrowing costs will remain extraordinarily low as long as growth is sub-par and inflation is not a...

 

Publicis, Omnicom to merge to create advertising giant

The companies said on Sunday the transaction - presented as a merger of equals - would bring the necessary scale and investment firepower to cope with rapid changes wrought by technology on the advertising business. "This is a new company for a...

 

Dexus may lead $3b bid for fund

Such an offer would value the in-play CPA at more than $3 billion. However, as has been seen in the past in the real estate investment trust (REIT) sector, the first offer is not necessarily the last. In 2004, the three listed AMP trusts, which were...

 

Genting's Lim sounds out boost in Echo

Comments by the chairman of Malaysian gaming giant Genting suggest Mr Lim is serious about his investment in the Australian casino operator, even after it faces the loss of its Sydney monopoly later this decade to the James Packer-backed rival Crown....

 

Boost Juice looks to upsize in Asia

Retail Zoo, a holding company which owns a majority stake in Boost Juice and Boost Juice International, believes it can still squeeze more of its juice stores in Australia, taking advantage of a 5 per cent drop in internal costs to make openings in...

 

Insurance follows cyber crime on risk

True, most small businesses probably don't need coverage any more for their horse breaking a leg, but that is more than compensated by new-fangled ways of striking trouble. Cyber insurance is promising to be a new boomlet for insurers as companies...

 

Busy week ahead for world's leading central banks

The Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank and the Bank of England are all expected to repeat or refine their "forward guidance" that borrowing costs will remain extraordinarily low as long as growth is sub-par and inflation is not a...

 

Publicis, Omnicom to merge to create advertising giant

The companies said on Sunday the transaction - presented as a merger of equals - would bring the necessary scale and investment firepower to cope with rapid changes wrought by technology on the advertising business. "This is a new company for a...

 
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