- Both net loss of $0.24 and sales of $1.442 billion failed to meet Street estimates. Losing Bank of America probably didn't help and doesn't bode well for a quick recovery, either.
- Indeed, in a published statement, CEO Michael Roth said that client losses from the past year will "continue to affect" Interpublic's comparative results over the next few quarters. Yeesh.
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- Interpublic has been in need of help for two years now.
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