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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.
The FTSE's best-paid boss will this week come face-to-face with shareholders over the size of his pay packet. [...]
One of WPP’s top shareholders is set to confront the advertising giant at its annual general meeting this week [...]
Controversy over WPP chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell’s remuneration has erupted once more, after two leading [...]
Apple has overtaken Google as the most valuable brand in the world, reassuming the top spot in an annual ranking [...]
WPP has gained a majority stake in Two Circles Limited, a London-based, data-driven sports marketing agency.
US data giant Nielsen is reportedly eyeing a bid for Tesco’s Dunnhumby amid a flurry of interest that could [...]
Global advertising giant WPP hiked chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell’s pay by 43 per cent for 2014, taking [...]
Tesco boss Dave Lewis has done some more kitchen-sinking, ditching the company that has been in charge of placing [...]
The world's biggest advertising firm had a good first quarter, but warns that clients are giving away less business. [...]
Sir Martin Sorrell, the boss of the world’s largest advertising group WPP, has confirmed the company is interested [...]
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. [...]
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