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WPP invests further in image recognition firm Planorama

Thu 30th Oct 14, 14:41:23

Advertising and media giant WPP said on Thursday that it has invested further in French image recognition technology firm Planorama as it expands its services to retailers and FMCG companies.

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Sector movers: Mining, oil stocks track commodities lower as dollar gains

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German inflation in October rises less than forecast

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US pre-open: Futures fall on Fed speculation, but GDP beats forecasts

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