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Sorrell warns of massive media agency upheaval

WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell (below) has been telling Campaign (which is going monthly from weekly on the eve of its 50th birthday, interestingly) that media agencies are facing a dramatic structural shift as clients decide they want “the best ...

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Sorrell’s pay at WPP to be limited to £15m

WPP boss (and founder) Sir Martin Sorrell’s pay this year is to be £48m (down from £70m in total last year) and under new rules will not be more than £15m next. He also collects another fortune from WPP dividends ...

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Is Advertising Week a triumph of box office over usefulness?

I see that Advertising Week founder Matt Scheckner is threatening to take Advertising Week Europe, on in London this week, away from the UK because of Brexit. Can’t see that having Teresa May and her three Brexiteers quaking in their ...

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WPP CEO Sorrell to take pay cut – to about £50m

WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell (below) will receive about £50m this year from the marcoms giant, down from £70m last year. This is because the controversial Leap bonus scheme has fewer shares in it (this is its last year) so ...

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Watch out Facebook Snapchat is coming says Sorrell

Messaging service Snapchat, limbering up for an IPO this year that could value it at $25bn, is a potential rival to Facebook according to WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell. Speaking at Davos Sorrell said that WPP clients spent $90m with ...

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New list of adland’s top earners show striking absence of advertising people

Business Insider has published its annual list of the top earners in advertising and, strange but true, hardly any (maybe none) are actually involved in advertising at all. Now they’re all from quoted companies admittedly so you’d expect the top ...

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