guardian.co.uk  Apr 23  Comment 
Sir Martin Sorrell says marketing services group says first-quarter profits and operating margins are ‘well above target’ WPP has reported a slowdown in trading in the first quarter as like-for-like sales growth dipped to 2.5%, but said...
Financial Times  Apr 23  Comment 
Advertising group’s revenues suggest it is outpacing rivals
Benzinga  Apr 7  Comment 
According to a press release issued Tuesday, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB) and WPP’s Data Alliance have partnered globally “to Activate Data to Deliver People Based Marketing Solutions and Insights.” The companies intend to provide marketers...
guardian.co.uk  Apr 2  Comment 
Best paid chief executive in the FTSE 100 makes donation weeks after controversy over his incentive scheme at WPP advertising agency Sir Martin Sorrell, the chief executive of WPP, has donated shares in the advertising company worth more than...
The Australian  Mar 26  Comment 
Maybe newspapers are ‘more effective than people give them credit for’ says leading advertiser.
guardian.co.uk  Mar 24  Comment 
WPP chief also says the advertising industry has ‘had Jeremy Clarksons and they’re all gone’ Sir Martin Sorrell has defended WPP’s controversial long-term share scheme, from which he recently received a £36m payout. Asked whether he...
Clusterstock  Mar 17  Comment 
WPP chief Sir Martin Sorrell confirmed on Tuesday morning that his company is indeed interested in making a bid for Dunnhumby, the data and customer loyalty business owned by the UK's biggest retailer Tesco. But it is unlikely the world's...
guardian.co.uk  Mar 16  Comment 
If the advertising firm continues its jackpot-paying ways for the next two years, workaholic boss Sir Martin Sorrell can expect another £90m or so to arrive It’s spring, so time for the annual ritual of Sir Martin Sorrell, WPP chief...
guardian.co.uk  Mar 16  Comment 
The world’s largest advertising firm makes approach for Tesco-owned company Dunnhumby as supermarket looks to revive its fortunes after turbulent year WPP has lodged a bid for the customer data company that created the Tesco clubcard. A...
Reuters  Mar 16  Comment 
British advertising group WPP has bid for a majority stake in Dunnhumby, the customer data business put up for sale by Tesco, a person familiar with the situation said on Monday.

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