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09-December-2002
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We regret our decision to carry the story - "Who will buy media for Reliance Infocom?" on December 6, 2003. The story reports that MindShare has lost the Reliance Infocom account as it "promised 60% savings on the company's media spend, however effective savings on the account were in the region of 20%." Upon further investigations, we have found this to be untrue and regret the damage to the reputation of MindShare and its employees.

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