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»  Aegis Group is selling its market-research unit Synovate to France’s Ipsos for £525 million ($861.2 million) in a move that wi…

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»  Aegis Group is selling its market-research unit Synovate to France’s Ipsos for £525 million ($861.2 million) in a move that will drastically change the future of the U.K. advertising and marketing group and make Ipsos the world’s third-largest market-research company. (WSJ)

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