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July 3, 2014
11:24 EDTWPPGY, TEF, PUBGYPublicis awarded global tender by Telefonica
Telefonica (TEF) announced it has awarded the global tender for a media agency to Publicis Group (PUBGY) for the next five years, after a process of analysis and evaluation over the last five months, in which the 16 countries that Telefonica Group will apply the contract to all took part. Telefonica noted that it called six global agencies, four of which took part in the tender, including Publicis, Dentsu, Havas, and WPP (WPPGY). Publicis Group, which already collaborates in the United Kingdom, Germany and countries in Latin America, obtained the maximum number of points, and from next year will thus be the Global Agency to channel Telefonica’s investment in the media. Up to January 1, when the contract with Publicis comes into force, Telefonica said it will keep on working with Arena of Grupo Havas and MindShare of Grupo WPP in Spain and Argentina, respectively.
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June 30, 2015
07:45 EDTTEFEU agrees to enact 'net neutrality' law, WSJ reports
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June 26, 2015
08:06 EDTWPPGYWPP CEO: Global ad market slowing down, Bloomberg reports
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June 24, 2015
15:41 EDTTEFVivendi increases position in Telecom Italia to 14.9%
Vivendi (VIVHY) announced that it has received 1.11B ordinary shares, or 8.24%, of Telecom Italia (TI) in exchange for 4.5% of the share capital of Telefonica Brasil (VIV), in accordance with the option given to it as part of the sale of GVT to Telefonica (TEF). Separately, Vivendi increased its ordinary shares in Telecom Italia from the recently purchased 1.9% with an additional stake of 4.76% purchased on June 22 for a total of 6.66%, representing a global cash payment of approximately EUR1B. Vivendi now owns 14.9% of Telecom Italia’s ordinary shares and has thus replaced Telefonica as the company’s largest shareholder. "This investment represents an opportunity for Vivendi... to expand in a market with significant growth prospects and a very strong appetite for quality content. Vivendi intends to support Telecom Italia over the long term," said the company.

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