Tag Archives: Sir Martin Sorrell

A picture that’s worth a thousand words

They do say that a picture is worth a thousand words and it’s certainly the case in this one of WPP’s currently embattled Sir Martin Sorrell – in best Darth Vader mode – taken by Simon Dawson for Bloomberg. Simon ...

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Is Adam Crozier the bookies’ favourite for WPP? How about a small wager on former Tag boss Steve Parish?

We may find out the result of the WPP board’s investigation into CEO Sir Martin Sorrell next week according to sources – Sorrell has been accused of “personal misconduct” by someone – although that still seems pretty unlikely with a ...

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Media is the elephant in the living room in l’affaire Sorrell

The Times reckons that internal candidates to succeed Sir Martin Sorrell as CEO of WPP are being interviewed by the board, a board which some reckon contains one or more directors who want rid of the WPP founder. Sorrell (below) ...

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WPP bans the booze as Sorrell affair rumbles on

It really is last orders at WPP. Not for under-investigation CEO Sir Martin Sorrell necessarily but his befuddled troops, who’ve been told that they’re not to drink in work places and after hours bars can’t stay open for more than ...

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Sorrell hasn’t gone yet but WPP will never be the same

As things stand Sir Martin Sorrell is still CEO of WPP and, according to some in the company, will present the company’s recent disappointing results at the end of April. The current investigation into alleged “personal misconduct” by an outside ...

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Under fire WPP settles Johnson/Martinez case at JWT

After two years JWT and owner WPP have settled the sexual harassment case brought by chief communications officer Erin Johnson against former JWT global boss Gustavo Martinez. JWT says it has “reached an amicable settlement agreement with Erin Johnson, chief ...

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Arsene Wenger analogy is tough on WPP’s Sorrell but…

I don’t know if WPP’s Sir Martin Sorrell supports a football team but he won’t be best pleased this morning to be described by The Times as turning into Arsene Wenger. Wenger, for those who don’t follow football, is Arsenal’s ...

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