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FranceWPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell, in a sitdown with Adweek in the sun-dappled Mediacom suite at the Martinez hotel, continued his dissection of the failed Publicis-Omnicom merger. "It didn't do the industry any good," Sorrell said of the deal, which
As a child Joe Plumeri watched each night as his father carefully hung up his suit and shirt ready for the next day's work. "You've got to get up in the morning and be ready to go," his dad, Samuel, would say. But when Samuel reached his 80s and was
the only way is up for the WPP chief executive's pay. Photograph: Andrew Couldridge/Action Images Sir Martin Sorrell 's total remuneration rose 70% to a record £30m last year, a boost likely to raise the ire of WPP shareholders who have previously
Griff Rhys Jones withdraws from Cardiff chancellor role The ceremony to confirm Griff Rhys Jones as chancellor was postponed at the last minute Griff Rhys Jones has withdrawn from becoming Cardiff University's new chancellor just two weeks after an
Social work training needs upgrading, says Martin Narey Workers looking after children should specialise at university, says Sir Martin The training of social workers in England needs upgrading, with more emphasis put on practical skills, a
The former director general of the Prison Service, Sir Martin Narey, has spoken of his frustration in trying to make reforms to stop suicides in jails claiming nobody gave a toss. Sir Martin, who later became chief executive of the children's charity
Online platforms difficult to control 24 June 2013 Last updated at 05:22 ET Technology firms are really media companies and should take responsibility for their content, the media and advertising expert Sir Martin Sorrell has said.
Princess Margaret is widely remembered as much for her jet-set lifestyle as for her turbulent love life. But the perhaps unexpectedly modest tastes of the Queen's younger sister were more in evidence when she went on a Royal tour of Mauritius back in
Chairman since 2001, Philip Lader is the former US Ambassador to the UK, prior to which he served as Bill Clinton's deputy chief of staff...That clever bit of marketing underlines that Sir Martin Sorrell is one of Britain's best known businessmen.
Sir Martin Sorrell's position at advertising company WPP has been thrown into doubt after investors warned they will push for his departure unless he takes a pay cut. The board of thee world's largest advertising agency has been in talks with the