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Ogilvy's London operation was left reeling following the shock dismissal of its group chairman and chief executive, Paul Simons, on Monday.
The move was instigated by Ogilvy's European chairman, Mike Walsh, who cited "different views about the strategy for and performance of Ogilvy in the UK".
He said: "It has become clear that Paul and I have very different views about business performance and what the future strategy for the Ogilvy group in the UK should be."
In an e-mail to staff Walsh wrote: "Paul does not share the strength of my commitment to the cultural values of Ogilvy. There have been many attempts by me and by Ogilvy regional and …