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Mark Penn has been covered extensively in top tier publications — from the New York Times to the Wall Street Journal. He is covered on topics from his business savvy and acquisitions with The Stagwell Group to his knowledge of American politics, polling, and beyond. Penn is a frequent guest on many TV programs – including Bloomberg Business, CNN, MSBC – as well as a go-to for interviews and commentary on polling, politics, trends, and the world of marketing.

“In fact, Mr. Penn firmly believes that polls are a force for good government—he would like to see a ‘public desk’ in the White House”
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A few examples of his past coverage highlights include:

Inside The New Agency Holding Company Playbook

As the traditional holding company model declines, new models are rising as competition. While the “big six” – WPP, Publicis…

Mark Penn’s Stagwell Group Raises $260 Million

Stagwell Group LLC, the digital marketing investment group founded by Mark Penn, a former Microsoft Corp. chief strategy officer a…

Mark Penn Wants to Build a New Kind of Holding Company

Mark Penn on his new company, Stagwell Group, and his agency investment plans.

Interviews & Commentary

Mark Penn: House Democrats shouldn’t impeach Trump – It will anger voters and the Senate won’t remove him

If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result, then perhaps the Democ…

Majority of voters believe federal judges inject politics into rulings: poll

Two-thirds of registered voters in the United States believe that federal judges’ legal rulings have become increasingly tainted…

President Trump’s approval rating improves slightly to 46 percent: poll

President Trump’s approval rating rose slightly, to 46 percent, several weeks after his party lost the House but expanded its sl…

Interviews & Commentary

Mark Penn: House Democrats shouldn’t impeach Trump – It will anger voters and the Senate won’t remove him

If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result, then perhaps the Democ…

Majority of voters believe federal judges inject politics into rulings: poll

Two-thirds of registered voters in the United States believe that federal judges’ legal rulings have become increasingly tainted…

President Trump’s approval rating improves slightly to 46 percent: poll

President Trump’s approval rating rose slightly, to 46 percent, several weeks after his party lost the House but expanded its sl…