Tag archive for ‘Martin Sorrell’
Shai Genish On Sunday, April 15th, 2018

Martin Sorrell steps down as head of WPP advertising agency

  Founder and the legendary boss of the world’s largest ad group, Sir Martin Sorrell, is resigning from WPP, the group he has run over three decades, ahead of the findings of an investigation into alleged More...

Tibi Singer On Tuesday, March 17th, 2015

Sir Martin Sorrell Earns Half of WPP’s Payout to 17 Top Execs Causing Much Gnashing of Teeth

CEO of the world’s biggest advertising company WPP plc. Sir Martin Sorrell earned more than $53 million last year under what many call a controversial deal. Sorrell’s earnings are by far the biggest of the More...

Vered Weiss On Friday, January 2nd, 2015

2015 Business Predictions from WPP Group’s Sir Martin Sorrell

  Sir Martin Sorrell, who has Russian, Poland and Romanian Jewish roots and is head of the WPP group, a leader in communications and advertising, told The Times about how he thinks 2015 will shape More...

Vered Weiss On Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

Sir Martin Sorrell Asked Not To Attend Iran Trade Event

    Sir Martin Sorrell, Jewish CEO of WPP group as asked by Pro-Israel groups not to attend a Europe-Iran Forum, as the trade opportunities discussed at the conference might line the pockets of More...

Sir Martin Sorrell / Getty
Vered Weiss On Monday, August 25th, 2014

WPP Chief, Sir Martin Sorrell, Worried About Russian Sanctions

  WPP, one of the world’s leading advertising firms which is a bellwether in the industry may suffer from Russian sanctions. Sir Martin Sorrell, who built the advertising giant from the bottom-up, More...

sima On Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Global Advertising Agency WPP Wants to Grab Clients From Competitors Publicis & Omnicom Even Before They Merge

– It is a fundamental principle of physics that for every action there is a reaction; well the same often happens in business too. – Sir Martin Sorrell / Getty – / By Clive Minchom /  Just More...

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