Tag Archives: Sir Martin Sorrell

WPP’s Sorrell in buoyant mood as he wheels out £1bn 2011 profits

Chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell was in feisty form as he reported the best set of financial performance figures in years at the world’s largest marketing services company by revenue (full results here). The WPP growth engine is, apparently, firing ...

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Sorrell tells Levy: Don’t buy Chinese car agency O&R

In an extraordinary new twist to the Oriental & Rende story I posted the other day, WPP chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell (pictured) has written to his counterpart at Publicis Groupe, Maurice Lévy, warning him of the dangers of acquiring ...

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In Britain the Sun comes out every day – really

Well there’s a line and a half for you but this is the one Rupert Murdoch and News International hope will persuade about two and a half million people to buy the Sun – not ‘The Sun on Sunday’ it ...

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Murdoch opens his DIY Sunday newspaper kit

The ‘will it happen, won’t it happen’ debate over Rupert Murdoch’s The Sun on Sunday has been abruptly ended by the great man – it’s going to arrive this Sunday February 26th and he’s going to be in charge. Rupert ...

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