Finance

So come on – is Sir Martin Sorrell worth £30m a year?

That’s the issue WPP shareholders were asked to vote on at today’s AGM; about 30 per cent demurred (less than last year) and Sorrell (left) remains the best-paid CEO in the FTSE100 of Britain’s biggest companies, many of which are ...

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Felix Dennis: the secrets of my success

Maverick publisher Felix Dennis (Viz, Auto Express, The Week and many others, some of which he picked up from people who’d run out of money) has died from cancer aged 67. Here he is telling Sky’s Jeff Randall how he ...

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Pierre Naggar: now programmatic ad buying targets TV

The presence of ad tech at Cannes Lions has grown dramatically over recent years and last week’s festival brought this to light. As consumers are faced with information overload, brands are finding personalised targeting more important than ever before in ...

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Omnicom agencies to move into giant London HQ

Omnicom is close to securing 370,000 sq. ft. of office space in London’s newly-fashionable South Bank area, the former RBS office at 2/3 Bankside, just off Southwark Street south of the River Thames. The US-owned marcoms giant has been looking ...

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Adam&Eve/DDB set for record-breaking haul at Cannes

Cannes 2014: Adam&Eve DDB’s second Cannes Grand Prix of the week – the Press Grand Prix (below) to add to its Promo & Activation GP, both for Harvey Nichols – must put it on track for a record-breaking haul of ...

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New UK local TV network plays hunt the viewer

There’s something about local TV, in the UK anyway, that makes most people yawn (I’ll be keeping an eye out to see how many of you read this). Now Jeremy Hunt, former Culture Secretary who foisted local TV on the ...

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