The marketing conglomerate is to shut or merge almost 200 offices in a battle to cut costs. It is part of a strategy unveiled by chief executive Mark Read. Shares surging 4.8 per cent, or 39p, to 844p. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Sorrell's genius was to have recognised the online revolution ahead of everyone else. But his response of buying every digital agency he could lay his hands on lacked a coherent strategy. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Business Insider reports that Apple stock is on pace to have its worst month since 2008. The stock has dropped 21% and wiping out over $200 billion in value. Apple lost its crown as the most valuable..
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Eight months ago Sir Martin Sorrell was the boss of WPP, a world-famous advertising firm he had built up from scratch into one of Britain's biggest and most admired businesses. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Sorrell is now running S4 Capital, a vehicle he set up to acquire marketing and advertising businesses. It is likely to confirm a takeover of MightyHive in the coming days. Credit: MailOnline - Published
The media mogul – pictured with his wife Cristiana – set up the company after quitting his previous job as chief exec of WPP amid claims he used company money to pay for a prostitute. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Sir Martin Sorrell believes the boundaries between what PR and ad agencies do in digital media is increasingly blurred, and that his investment vehicle S4 Capital would consider acquiring a "small to.. Credit: PRWeek - Published
WPP lost a fifth of its market value after downturns at its New York and London creative agencies forced it to cut sales and profit forecasts, showing the scale of the task facing its new boss after.. Credit: Reuters - Published
The UK advertising giant - recently rocked by the exit Sir Martin Sorrell - told the City that sales were disappointing in the last quarter and that full-year sales would be lower than expected. Credit: MailOnline - Published
The former boss of WPP says creativity is at the centre of what his new company, S4 Capital, does but admits the nature of creativity has changed due to the rise of data.
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