The 73-year-old media mogul, who denies allegations that he used a prostitute paid with money from his former firm WPP, said he would work at his new company, S4 Capital, for up to seven years. thisismoney.co.uk Also reported by •MailOnline
When The New Yorker writer Ken Auletta decided to take a hard look at companies that are dependent upon advertising, he came away seeing “frenemies” everywhere—all of them facing "existential.. BeetTV - Affiliate -
May.30 -- Martin Sorrell, the former WPP Plc chief executive officer, will take control of publicly traded Derriston Capital just over six weeks after his abrupt exit from WPP. Bloomberg's Rebecca.. Bloomberg Global Business -
Martin Sorrell is staging a comeback just six weeks after leaving WPP using the same formula as the 1980s when he transformed a little-known shell company into the world’s biggest advertising.. Rumble -
Amazon is a "monopoly." But whether it, and the other four U.S. tech giants (Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Apple) and the two Chinese (Alibaba and Tencent), will continue to grow depends on.. BeetTV - Affiliate -
Mark Read, tasked with running WPP after the abrupt departure of founder Martin Sorrell, says he believes the world's biggest advertising group has the tools to navigate a rapidly changing industry as.. Rumble -
With the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity kicking off in three days, here’s your run down of all the hot topics up for discussion at the first festival since the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke,.. Marketing Week
In the week that former WPP chief Sir Martin Sorrell faced claims of bullying behaviour and paying for a prostitute, the ad group will be breathing a sigh of relief after an AGM that avoided a.. PRWeek
In an extraordinary admission, Roberto Quarta said the board felt it could only cut the ad tycoon's pay by £22m in 2016 despite investor uproar over £70m he had been handed the previous year. MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk
LONDON (Reuters) - Angry WPP shareholders rebelled on Wednesday at an annual meeting dominated by differences over the departure of the advertising firm's former chief executive Martin Sorrell. Reuters
WPP has voted to reinstate chairman Roberto Quarta, despite facing a fierce shareholders revolt over the pay packet Sir Martin Sorrell received when he left the company.
At the company's annual.. City A.M.
THE STAR OF WPP’s AGM today will not be there in person. Sir Martin Sorrell, the man who turned a wire shopping basket company into a massive, $20 billion advertising giant, resigned on 14th April.. City A.M.
LONDON (Reuters) - The world's biggest advertising agency WPP faced a shareholder revolt over its handling of the departure of former CEO Martin Sorrell after large votes against the chairman and the.. Reuters