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Publicis scored first in September new business with J.C. Penney's move to Saatchi & Saatchi from Omnicom's DDB. Havas, with its Progressive win, ranks No. 2 year to date, according to Bear Stearns' Alexia Quadrani.


Washington Post print ad revenue fell 11% in Q3, and circulation is falling. But maybe that doesn't matter in the end, for the parent is evolving into a post-media company. Media-newspapers, Newsweek, local TV, cable systems-still kick in more than half of revenue. But education services-Kaplan test prep, for-profit higher-ed schools-account for the rest and soon could provide the majority of revenue.

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The market edged higher as investors weighed the Democratic takeover. Drug stocks fell; Interpublic scored a 52-week high on improved results.

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