Now Mondelez Wants To Delay Paying Ad Agencies [THE BRIEF]

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Earlier this month, we reported that Procter & Gamble increased its payment schedule for agencies from 45 to 75 days. Now Mondelez is following suit. The company is increasing its payment time from 75 to 120 days. According to Ad Age, Madison Avenue is not happy about it.

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