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Martin Sorrell airs his grievances with holding companies (again)

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Martin Sorrell airs his grievances with holding companies (again)

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Martin Sorrell airs his grievances with holding companies

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Martin Sorrell airs his grievances with holding companies

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“The structure is not fit for purpose,” says @Martin Sorrell'>S4Capital’s Martin Sorrell on traditional agencies. He says every day holding companies reach out to him talking about change to their roles. #DPAAConnects 

“I believe Accenture would have been better buying GroupM for $16 billion than Droga,” says @Martin Sorrell'>S4Capital’s Martin Sorrell. #DPAAConnects 

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At the DPAA Video Everywhere conference, @Martin Sorrell'>S4Capital’s Martin Sorrell says platforms like Google and Facebook are not displacing agencies in a Q+A with Ad Age Editor@slarkpope . #DPAAConnects 

“The Google’s and the Amazons are in an advantage because they are owned by one person...The problem with holding companies is you have to report every quarter and you’re under the microscope,” says @Martin Sorrell'>S4Capital’s Martin Sorrell. #DPAAConnects 

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From critic to believer: How Martin Sorrell changed his tune on Google and Facebook

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In spite of a year dominated by Brexit and Trump, 2018 brought a rich yield of standout stories that moved markets and shifted perceptions. From Banksy to Martin Sorrell, here are your favourite stories from the year.

In spite of a year dominated by Brexit and Trump, 2018 brought a rich yield of standout stories that moved markets and shifted perceptions. From Banksy to Martin Sorrell, here are your favourite stories from the year.

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Martin Sorrell’s driver had worked for the WPP chief executive for 15 years, ferrying the ad land king around London in a Range Rover. Last autumn his job came to an abrupt end.

BREAKING: WPP CEO Martin Sorrell Steps Down Abruptly After 33 Years

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Exclusive: Martin Sorrell'>Sir Martin Sorrell quits as chief executive of WPP Group after 32 years, saying it is “in the interest of clients and stakeholders for me to step aside” after allegations about his personal conduct. Full story on shortly.

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