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April 13, 1988 | Associated Press
International Business Machines Corp. said Tuesday that it has assigned some advertising business to the new ad agency formed by former officials of the agency Lord, Geller, Federico, Einstein Inc. The huge computer concern declined to specify how much business would be going to the new agency, Lord, Einstein, O'Neill & Partners Inc., and said that the bulk of its work remains at Lord Geller.
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October 9, 1989 | From Associated Press
The advertising executives who caused an industry uproar 19 months ago when they defected from the Lord Geller Federico Einstein agency to set up their own shop have agreed to settle a legal dispute arising from the walkout by paying their former employer $7 million. The agreement, reached Friday, brings to an abrupt and inconclusive end a series of legal claims and counterclaims, including accusations of business sabotage that had been closely watched by leaders in the advertising business.
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April 16, 1988 | Associated Press
The new advertising agency started by former officers of Lord Geller Federico Einstein Inc. has been temporarily prohibited from accepting any more employees or clients from Lord Geller. Judge Herman Cahn of the state Supreme Court made the ruling on Thursday, extending an April 6 order that barred two of the new agency's founders, Richard Lord and Arthur Einstein Jr., from recruiting Lord Geller clients or staff for the new agency, Lord Einstein O'Neill & Partners.
BUSINESS
October 9, 1989 | From Associated Press
The advertising executives who caused an industry uproar 19 months ago when they defected from the Lord Geller Federico Einstein agency to set up their own shop have agreed to settle a legal dispute arising from the walkout by paying their former employer $7 million. The agreement, reached Friday, brings to an abrupt and inconclusive end a series of legal claims and counterclaims, including accusations of business sabotage that had been closely watched by leaders in the advertising business.
BUSINESS
June 2, 1988 | From Reuters
The advertising agency best known for its IBM personal computer campaign appears in danger of losing a large part of its $220-million annual business after the defection of several key executives. Court transcripts spelling out the troubles of the Lord, Geller, Federico, Einstein ad firm were circulated Wednesday despite legal efforts to stop it.
BUSINESS
June 2, 1988 | From Reuters
The advertising agency best known for its IBM personal computer campaign appears in danger of losing a large part of its $220-million annual business after the defection of several key executives. Court transcripts spelling out the troubles of the Lord, Geller, Federico, Einstein ad firm were circulated Wednesday despite legal efforts to stop it.
BUSINESS
April 16, 1988 | Associated Press
The new advertising agency started by former officers of Lord Geller Federico Einstein Inc. has been temporarily prohibited from accepting any more employees or clients from Lord Geller. Judge Herman Cahn of the state Supreme Court made the ruling on Thursday, extending an April 6 order that barred two of the new agency's founders, Richard Lord and Arthur Einstein Jr., from recruiting Lord Geller clients or staff for the new agency, Lord Einstein O'Neill & Partners.
BUSINESS
April 13, 1988 | Associated Press
International Business Machines Corp. said Tuesday that it has assigned some advertising business to the new ad agency formed by former officials of the agency Lord, Geller, Federico, Einstein Inc. The huge computer concern declined to specify how much business would be going to the new agency, Lord, Einstein, O'Neill & Partners Inc., and said that the bulk of its work remains at Lord Geller.
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