Tylee, John
July 1997
Campaign;07/04/97, Issue 27, p24
Trade Publication
Provides information pertaining to the advertising agency FCB, as it celebrates its 50th year in London, England. Historical background; Role of Brian McCabe in the establishment of the company in London; Significance of the promotion of Bill Kiely to managing director; True North's acquisition of FCB.


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