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June 4, 1988 | Associated Press
International Business Machines Corp. said Friday that it is reviewing the advertising assignments currently being handled by Lord, Geller, Federico, Einstein Inc., an agency rocked by recent top-level defections. The computer giant said that Lord Geller would be one of a "small number of advertising agencies" invited to participate in the review and that it expected Lord Geller would "continue as one of the company's advertising agencies following the review."
BUSINESS
September 2, 1988 | BRUCE HOROVITZ, Times Staff Writer
Several years ago, IBM said so long Charlie to those popular Charlie Chaplin ads, and on Thursday, the computer giant said so long as well to the troubled ad firm that created them. For months, the advertising world has watched how International Business Machines would handle a bitter dispute that led to the breakup of the New York ad firm that handled most of its advertising in the 1980s.
BUSINESS
April 7, 1988
The New York advertising agency Lord, Geller, Federico, Einstein Inc. has announced two additions to senior management, naming Tim Elliott chief operating officer and Agi Clark executive vice president and managing director-creative services. Elliott had been senior vice president and group director at Ogilvy & Mather. Clark previously was senior vice president and managing director of creative services at N. W. Ayer. Lord Geller also named Gene Federico vice chairman.
BUSINESS
July 16, 1987
Less than a year after leaving the troubled J. Walter Thompson advertising agency as its chairman and chief executive, Burton J. Manning will return to the top post at the New York ad firm. The move was announced by WPP Group PLC, the new owner of Thompson's holding company, JWT Group. Manning succeeds Joseph O'Donnell, who was fired last year after he led a short-lived effort by an outside group to gain control of the company.
BUSINESS
March 29, 1988 | Associated Press
A state court judge reserved a decision Monday on a request that he prohibit six former top executives of Lord, Geller, Federico, Einstein Inc. from soliciting business or employees from Lord Geller for their new ad agency. Justice Herman Cahn asked attorneys for Lord Geller, which had made the request for a preliminary injunction, and for the defecting Lord Geller executives to work out a plan for introducing evidence in the case.
BUSINESS
September 2, 1988 | BRUCE HOROVITZ, Times Staff Writer
Several years ago, IBM said so long Charlie to those popular Charlie Chaplin ads, and on Thursday, the computer giant said so long as well to the troubled ad firm that created them. For months, the advertising world has watched how International Business Machines would handle a bitter dispute that led to the breakup of the New York ad firm that handled most of its advertising in the 1980s.
BUSINESS
June 4, 1988 | Associated Press
International Business Machines Corp. said Friday that it is reviewing the advertising assignments currently being handled by Lord, Geller, Federico, Einstein Inc., an agency rocked by recent top-level defections. The computer giant said that Lord Geller would be one of a "small number of advertising agencies" invited to participate in the review and that it expected Lord Geller would "continue as one of the company's advertising agencies following the review."
BUSINESS
October 29, 1986
JWT Group, an international advertising and public relations group, said net income for the third quarter fell 38% to $2.7 million from $4.4 million in the same period last year. Don Johnston, chairman and chief executive, said the decline was due to lower earnings from its J. Walter Thompson and Hill & Knowlton units, and a significant increase in the provision for taxes. He added that this more than offset higher earnings from Lord, Geller, Federico, Einstein Inc.
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.
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