WPP’s stock has been hammered in recent weeksas have its competitors. Yes, there are likely failures in WPP’s overall strategy. Slowness to consolidate its brands and back-office operations, as well as its overall acquisition strategy, are known points of weakness. At the same time, it’s also true that media markets have changed fundamentally and many of their most important clients are under pressure from new competitors as well as activist investors.
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