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2015/05/06 10:11
2015/05/06 10:11
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Financial markets are gearing up for an uncertain post-election period as investors face the possibility of a power vacuum at Westminster while also weighing up the impacts of individual policies for...
2015/05/06 10:11
2015/05/06 10:11
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2015/05/05 15:10
2015/05/05 15:10
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Fat cat bosses saw their pay and perks surge by an average of £350,000 last year. The average chief executive of a FTSE 100 company earned more than £4.46 million in salary, bonuses, pension and other...
2015/05/04 00:26
2015/05/04 00:26
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Morning update: Samsung teams up with Avengers, brands salute defeated Pacquiao To promote the new Galaxy S6 phone and Samsung’s tie-up with the upcoming “Avengers: Age of Ultron” film, which hits...
2015/05/01 11:56
2015/05/01 11:56
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Overnight Media Digest * The U.S. Navy has begun accompanying American-flagged commercial ships through the Strait of Hormuz in response to Iran's seizure of a Marshall Islands-flagged ship this...
2015/05/01 09:18
2015/05/01 09:18
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Good morning. Here's everything you need to know in the world of advertising today. 1. Elon Musk unveiled "Tesla Energy" on Thursday night. Tesla Energy is a range of eco-friendly batteries for...
2015/05/01 02:53
2015/05/01 02:53
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Australia and New Zealand is WPP’s fifth largest market as Sorrell pockets $83m WPP’s Australian and New Zealand agencies chipped in $1.5bn in revenues to the company last year making it the fifth...
2015/04/30 23:45
2015/04/30 23:45
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WPP boss Sorrell pockets £43m in bumper pay Sir Martin Sorrell's pay was up 44 per cent on 2013. Picture: Getty WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell was paid £43 million in salary and bonuses last year, the...
2015/04/30 18:09
2015/04/30 18:09
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... observers might prefer a CEO to opine less on politics, to be less available to media and conference rostrums, and to resist requests to comment on compensation. WPP, however, is a marketing...
2015/04/30 11:18
2015/04/30 11:18
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Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of the world's largest advertising agency holding group WPP, received a 44% pay increase to £43 million ($66 million) in 2014, according to the company's annual report. The...
2015/04/29 04:35
2015/04/29 04:35
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Here's everything you need to know about the last 24 hours in advertising, in case you blinked. Buzzing on Adweek: Nars asks fans to break an orb by tweeting Cosmetic brand Nars created a black...
2015/04/29 01:37
2015/04/29 01:37
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Chronicling a series of alleged failures on export finance schemes and trade missions, Mr Umunna said “government scheme after government scheme which was supposed to help firms export has failed to...
2015/04/28 21:47
2015/04/28 21:47
7d
Fat-cat bosses at Britain’s biggest firms saw their pay and perks surge by an average of £350,000 last year. Analysis shows the average chief executive of a FTSE company earned more than £4.46million...
2015/04/28 21:35
2015/04/28 21:35
7d
Martin Sorrell is never shy when it comes to expressing his opinion about other businesses, and the WPP Group CEO was at it again today, questioning whether Netflix can consistently be profitable...
2015/04/28 13:18
2015/04/28 13:18
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Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of the world's largest advertising agency holding group WPP, believes Netflix needs to go down one of two routes (or perhaps both) in order to be a profitable business in the...
2015/04/28 07:38
2015/04/28 07:38
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The head of media at one of the world’s largest professional services companies believes there is a “new confidence” emerging from advertisers about local media. They echo claims made by Sir Martin...
2015/04/27 11:09
2015/04/27 11:09
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They’re the "fat cats", or the global corporations, or the scheming SMEs "corrupted" by EU funds, or the iniversities who "benefit from EU money and students" or "large exporters", or those who "were...
2015/04/27 01:49
2015/04/27 01:49
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The world's largest advertiser wants to spend less on marketing, dealing another big blow to an industry already battered by corporate cost-cutting. Procter & Gamble Co. is preparing to make deep...
2015/04/24 21:42
2015/04/24 21:42
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What fascinates me is how the heads of the world's biggest businesses lead their companies and deal with the personal and business pressures of being at the top. I have been a business journalist for...
2015/04/24 12:42
2015/04/24 12:42
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By Joshua Robinson and Marcus Bensasson A Greek default doesn�t mean the country has to leave the euro area, economists say. The chances of Greece missing some of its debt payments in the coming...
2015/04/24 09:18
2015/04/24 09:18
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There's a problem permeating the advertising industry. It has been going on for years. And barely anybody within the agency world wants to admit it even exists. There's a lack of transparency about...
2015/05/06 10:11
2015/05/06 10:11
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