Reid axes four in FCB Europe rejig

Tylee, John
December 1997
Campaign;12/19/97, Issue 51, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on FCB international president Harry Reid's dismissal of Chris Rendel, the firm's chief executive in London, England. Deck-clearing operation aimed at making the British advertising agency the centerpiece of a new European network; Termination of the services of three other executives; Robert Hamer's extension of his chairman's role to take on chief executive responsibilities.


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