Tag Archives: Sir Martin Sorrell

Now ex-WPP’s Sorrell faces PR battle to restore reputation

It’s not unusual for someone to go for a quick one after work, which is what two WPP employees were doing last year when they say they espied (according to the FT) Sir Martin Sorrell entering what we might call ...

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WPP set for messy AGM as more Sorrell rumours seep out

It’s WPP’s AGM on Wednesday and it’s threatening to be even messier than most people thought. Shareholders will criticise chairman Roberto Quarta for his handling of former CEO Sir Martin Sorrell’s departure; specifically his highly generous leaving arrangements (with no ...

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Sorrell needs a medium-sized deal to realise his big ambition

Sir Martin Sorrell has five years to build his new “more agile” marcoms group – majoring on data, content and technology. Now who does that remind you of? It’s a pretty long list. Sorrell’s S4 Capital has £51m in equity ...

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Sorrell joins the world of David Beckham and Elton John

We’ve managed to avoid last week’s the Royal Wedding so far (the weather turned out nice) but here’s a diverting pic from Campaign of some of the guests you might recognise. Now who have we got? There’s David and Victoria ...

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Sorrell to be quizzed at Cannes by New Yorker writer Auletta

Is this going to be the hottest ticket in Cannes? Defenestrated WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell (below) is due to make an appearance, in a “candid discussion” of marketing issues with New Yorker writer and critic Ken Auletta, scheduled for ...

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Life After Sorrell: it’s no good talking up creativity if you don’t have the talent and guts to support it

Much chatter in adland on the new Life After Sorrell era (LAS) and how it’s a great opportunity for creativity to make a comeback as the differentiator between agencies and a sure-fire way to the client’s wallet. Hmm. Have they ...

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