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Digital marketing  boss Martin Sorrell of S4 Capital: “Reverse square root” is the likely trajectory for UK economy.  Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters

Even by the standards of webinars on the future of media (with some Covid-19 economic devastation for context), Friday’s event with advertising boss M(...)

How will working from home change things?

In the world of social distancing, many of the world’s office workers have not seen their desks for weeks. But when coronavirus lockdowns finally ease(...)

Ivanka Trump, senior adviser to US president Donald Trump and Wilbur Ross, US commerce secretary, at Davos.

Trade tensions, climate change, rising populism and questions about the future of capitalism are all weighing on the outlook for global business, acco(...)

Martin Sorrell said digital growth was “on fire” and his focus on it meant he was currently involved in five large pitches

Martin Sorrell’s S4 Capital has bought Silicon Valley’s biggest independent agency, Firewood, for $150 million (€137 million) in its latest deal to fo(...)

Martin Sorrell attends a conference at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters

Martin Sorrell’s new venture acquired Dutch digital agency MediaMonks Multimedia Holding BV, beating his former employer WPP in the auction and settin(...)

Martin Sorrell (73) was ousted as chief executive officer from WPP  earlier this year after an inquiry into alleged personal misconduct. Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters

Martin Sorrell has won financial backing from Crispin Odey, an influential London investor, for his new venture after leaving the world’s largest adve(...)

Sir Martin Sorrell during a session in a pub as part of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, in Cannes, France, on Thursday. Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters

Martin Sorrell hit out on Thursday at the “leak” that preceded his departure from WPP, in one of his first public appearances since he resigned from t(...)

Martin Sorrell took control of WPP more than 30 years ago, turning the former maker of wire shopping baskets into the world’s largest advertising group by sales and acquiring some of the industry’s biggest names, such as Ogily & Mather.

Martin Sorrell risks losing his multimillion pound exit package from WPP if he breaches a confidentiality agreement that restricts what he can tell ot(...)

Martin Sorrell has taken control of a listed shell company to use it as a vehicle to buy marketing firms, replicating the approach he took in the 1980s to build the world’s biggest advertising group. Photograph: Reuters

Martin Sorrell, the recently ousted boss of WPP, has taken control of a listed shell company to use it as a vehicle to buy marketing firms, replicatin(...)