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$WPP #WPP  WPP PLC - EGM 24 October 2019: Disposal of 60% of Kantar business is tabled to vote. This is the biggest step in the WPP reorganisation announced at the end of 2018. The CEO Mark Read, Sir Martin Sorrell’s successor, set out a three-year plan…

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Sir Martin Sorrell has suggested that the potential break-up value of @WPP  is a key reason for him keeping hold of approximately £171m worth of the ad group’s shares

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Exclusive: Sir Martin Sorrell’s S4 Capital will unveil a £100m equity-raise in a stock exchange announcement tomorrow morning, with part of the proceeds used to fund the $150m acquisition of Firewood, Silicon Valley’s biggest marketing agency.

S4 Capital, Sir Martin Sorrell’s investment vehicle, is growing headcount at MediaMonks by a fifth with the acquisition of nine-year-old US agency Firewood

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Sir Martin Sorrell has suggested that the potential break-up value of @WPP  is a key reason for him keeping hold of approximately £171m worth of the ad group’s shares

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Sir Martin Sorrell will this week unveil a £100m share sale to fund another wave of takeover deals to fund Google agency deal

Sir Martin Sorrell's S4 Capital to raise £100m for next wave of takeovers

S4 Capital chief Sir Martin Sorrell says that "every single client is looking at in-housing."

Welcome to Day 1 of #AdweekNexTech ! We’re kicking things off with the one and only Sir Martin Sorrell to talk new star clusters after the Big Bang and why faster, better and cheaper is the name of the game

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Sir Martin Sorrell steps down as CEO of the world's largest advertising agency, WPP

Official confirmation now out, but here’s my take on the departure from WPP Group of Sir Martin Sorrell, its chief executive for the last 32 years.

Exclusive: 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.

Sky News understands Sir Martin Sorrell has resigned as chief executive of marketing services group WPP after 32 years

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Sir Martin Sorrell on F1's past, present and future >> #F1 

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