Oswald Sees Airport Delays Easing on Furlough Bill

April 26 (Bloomberg) -- Chris Oswald, vice president of Airports Council International-North America, talks about the outlook for flight delays after the U.S. Senate revived and passed a measure to end air-traffic controller furloughs. Rolling furloughs of controllers began April 21 as part of mandatory federal spending cuts known as sequestration. Oswald speaks with Tom Keene and Sara Eisen on Bloomberg Television's "Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

Publicis Reports Higher-Than-Expected Sales Growth
47:42 - Publicis Groupe SA, whose ad agencies work for brands such as Cadillac, Novartis and Sony PlayStation, reported fourth-quarter organic sales growth of 2.8 percent, thanks to business from digital operations and more work in North America. The Paris-based advertiser posted full-year organic sales growth of 1.5 percent, beating its own forecast from October of expansion of 1 percent, owing to strong development in the final three months of the year, it said in a statement Thursday.
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