The office billboard industry has struggled to recover after three straight years of big losses, according to an analysis by a leading research firm.

The results suggest that the industry’s prospects are improving, but they also reflect a challenge for a company like the one that owns the billboards that make up much of the country’s business landscape.

It is a business with a complex and long history that began in the late 1800s as a way to capture the eye of advertisers in order to make money from their advertisements.

It has since grown to be one of the fastest-growing and most profitable sectors in the U.S. advertising industry.

It is a market where a company’s name is the focal point, where its logo is widely used, and where advertising budgets are high and there is no competition for clients’ time.

Advertising costs, including the cost of printing and delivering the advertisements, are relatively low in the business, and the number of people working in the industry is relatively low, says Peter Mazzucato, the head of the firm’s advertising research and analytics firm.

But in the past three years, advertising revenue has fallen by nearly half from $1.8 billion to $1,077 million, according the research firm Markit.

The downturn has forced the company to cut staff, cut costs and change the way it sells its products.

It’s also impacted the company’s ability to expand its business internationally, according and estimates from the firm.

Markit estimates that the company lost $500 million in revenue last year and will have to trim spending for 2017 by $2.6 million.

The company’s board of directors recently announced that it will reduce its full-year operating loss forecast by $400 million.

Markets are generally not expected to respond favorably to big declines in the market share of an industry, according, as many companies are able to absorb these downturns.

The market has reacted by rising in value and prices of many products, including billboards, while the business is down in value.

The decline in sales, which is the only thing that matters to investors, has also been a major drag on the company.

The decline in revenue has also reduced earnings by a third.

Market analysts at Markit, which has about 1,000 employees in the United States, said the company has no plans to restructure.

But the board has been exploring possible ways to address the challenges, including selling off some assets, including its headquarters in California.

Marketing analysts said the decline in revenues and advertising revenues may be temporary, and could improve as advertising budgets improve.

The market is not necessarily the only driver for the decline, however.

Many businesses, especially small and medium-sized companies, are not as profitable as they once were.

In addition, the downturn has hurt the value of assets that had been valuable to the business.

The business is not a good place for people who are starting out in the advertising business, said Jeff Moseley, a professor at the University of Maryland and author of “Big, Bold and Bigger: How Business is Changing the World.”

It is also a difficult time for advertisers, who have had to cut back on their spending in order not to lose money, Mosely said.

Marketer Michael McLeod, a senior vice president with the accounting and risk consulting firm, Fiduciary, said that the decline has hurt people’s confidence in the company and that the board should look at possible changes in the way advertising is delivered.

McLeod said the business should focus on attracting new talent to the industry and on creating more sustainable business models.

The outlook for the company is bleak, said McLeod.

“We believe the advertising industry is going to be downgraded to an even less profitable position by 2019.

The bottom line is that people are not buying advertising anymore, and that’s bad for the business.”