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WPP is one of the world's largest communications services groups, specialising in advertising, and public relations. The group has 62,000 people working in 1,400 offices in 103 countries. Major clients include American Express, AT&T, Colgate-Palmolive, GlaxoSmithKline and Nestlé.
Tesco shares spiked four per cent in afternoon trading amid mounting speculation of a potential sale of its lucrative [...]
WPP chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell is facing the prospect of a further shareholder revolt this summer with [...]
Tesco could be about to sell off a majority stake in its data arm that was responsible for creating the Tesco [...]
WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell hit back at criticism that his remuneration was excessive yesterday, saying that if [...]
2015 has started well for the world’s largest advertising group and its chief Martin Sorrell. [...]
The world's largest communications services group, WPP, announced yesterday that it was leading a syndicate investing [...]
Incoming WPP chairman Roberto Quarta is leaving a second senior position before he takes up the role in June.
Roberto Quarta has told the industrial group IMI that he will step down as chairman by the middle of next year [...]
By the time the last of the chocolates have been foraged from the Advent Calendar, or thereabouts, WPP, the giant [...]
WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell has warned of “clouds on the horizon” for the Conservatives, even if they win [...]
It's no secret that the media business is changing irrevocably because of digital technologies. But while some [...]
Growth at the world’s largest advertising group, WPP, has unexpectedly slowed in the third quarter as geopolitical [...]
ADVERTISING giant WPP yesterday announced it had taken a $25m (£15.3m) stake in AppNexus, the world’s largest [...]
1. Sir Martin's oldest friend is the historian Simon Schama. They met at school and went up to Christ's College, [...]
WPP has been rapidly building up its digital presence in recent years, partly by acquiring smaller agencies worldwide [...]
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