Wieden has one the job site's account.
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Wieden squared off against Havas's Arnold, Boston; Omnicom Group's DDB, Chicago; Interpublic Group of Cos.' DraftFCB and Publicis Groupe's Leo Burnett, Chicago in the review.
USA Today's 'Ad Meter' poll
The Chicago-based job website had placed its account into review after Super Bowl spots produced by longtime agency Cramer-Krasselt failed to place in the top 10 of USA Today's "Ad Meter" poll. Cramer-Krasselt immediately resigned the business.
The measured media is $60 million, according to TNS Media Intelligence, but insiders say more than half of that is essentially donated by CareerBuilder's newspaper-company owners and partners: Tribune Co., Gannett Co. and McClatchy Co.
CareerBuilder and Wieden did not return calls for comment. Arnold, DDB, DraftFCB and Leo Burnett declined comment.