Walmart’s advertising business is rattling agencies

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Today's news: Walmart rattles agencies, WPP hires McKinsey for five-year plan, and CEOs field investor questions about influencers.


Walmart president and CEO Doug McMillon
Walmart president and CEO Doug McMillon

Walmart is trying to build a big ad business, but some agencies that control a big chunk of the $17 billion market worry they're getting pushed out

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Ad giant WPP hired McKinsey and created its first 5-year plan, and it shows how the company wants to grow after deep cost cuts

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Charli D'Amelio
Charli D'Amelio.

Retail brands like Kohl's, American Eagle, and Express are touting their work with influencers to investors. Here are the key takeaways from our analysis of over 50 mentions on earnings calls.

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