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Mark Read, chief executive of advertising agency WPP. Photograph: Toby Melville/File Photo/Reuters

WPP, the world’s biggest advertising company, said it was pulling its dividend and share buyback, and withdrawing its guidance for 2020 after the coro(...)

Michael O’Flynn in the High Court: ‘I gave nobody any instruction to do this’

A company in the O’Flynn property development group mistakenly sought permission to build student apartments on a site in Birmingham in England, the H(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn told the High Court that Patrick Cox had downloaded 36,677 internal documents to an external hard drive in May 2015, months before he left. Photograph: Collins Courts

Developer Michael O’Flynn dismissed as “blackmail” allegations that his business kept the State’s National Asset Management Agency (Nama) in the dark(...)

Several O’Flynn group companies are suing former employees Patrick Cox, Liam Foley and Eoghan Kearney for using information taken from the business to develop their own projects.

Patrick Cox took more than 36,000 confidential documents from the O’Flynn group of companies before leaving the property developer’s employment, the H(...)

Many customers  focusing on cost control and unwilling to finance  large marketing campaigns, WPP’s chief executive Martin Sorrell said on release of first quarter results. Photograph: Alan Betson.

WPP said 2015 would continue to be “demanding” after sales growth at the world’s largest advertising company slowed last quarter. The London-based fir(...)