The world's biggest advertising firm WPP is set to leave its central London office of 30 years as it looks to start a new chapter without founder and former boss Sir Martin Sorrell.
Operations.. City A.M.
WPP is set to move out of its central London headquarters after 30 years, in another break with the past following the departure in April of founder and CEO Martin Sorrell from the world's largest.. Reuters
Former WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell has ramped up tensions between him and his former employer by commenting on the exit of one of its Chinese board members.
Hugo Shong stepped down from the.. City A.M.
Troubled freight firm Stobart today said it had appointed head hunters to "refresh" its board by bringing in a number of new faces.
The company said it had hired search firm Russell Reynolds.. City A.M.
A consortium of Chinese tech firms is in talks to buy a minority stake in FTSE ad giant WPP's operations in China.
Alibaba, Tencent, and venture capital firm China Media Capital Holdings (CMC) are.. City A.M.
Shares in French advertising titan Publicis fell eight per cent today after it announced an unexpected sales slump in the second quarter.
Rival WPP's share price also slipped three per cent as.. City A.M.
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Advertising guru Sir Martin Sorrell told the Press Association the past few months since his departure from WPP following allegations of misconduct have taken their toll on himself and his family. MailOnline