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Print archive. Subscribe. Walden to leave TBWA\Whybin. Victoria Young | Wednesday February 06, 2013 | 10 comments.
Agency boss confirms persistent rumours he is leaving the agency amid rumours of a management shake-up. DDB man tipped to take over.
"Waldo, you were an amazing colleague, competitor and comrade. Enjoy the next stage, you deserve it."
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