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The fintech conference, Moneyconf, at RDS has attracted more than 5,000 attendees from 84 countries. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

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Martin Sorrell, former CEO of WPP

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(...)

Dee Forbes, RTÉ director general. An Post has claimed that a crackdown on licence fee evasion would only deliver an extra €11.3 million a year.

The Swiss banking giant UBS has reduced its sake in troubled Swiss-Irish baked goods company Aryzta from 5.1 per cent to 1.9 per cent, according to th(...)

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(...)

Sir Martin Sorrell  is leaving the advertising giant after three decades in the business and a successor has not yet been named. File photograph:  Eamonn M McCormack/Getty Images

Advertising giant WPP faces a fraught annual meeting next month as investors and shareholder advisers grow increasingly frustrated over the lack of in(...)

Tim Armstrong: the former Google executive ran AOL until its $4.4 billion sale to Verizon in 2015. Photograph: Patrick T Fallon/Bloomberg

Tim Armstrong, the former AOL chief executive, is being considered to succeed Martin Sorrell as head of WPP, the marketing and communications group, a(...)

Sir Martin Sorrell, former boss of advertising giant WPP, made clear he intended to “stick to his last” by staying in an industry he knew well and enjoyed.

Martin Sorrell has vowed to “start again”, weeks after his abrupt departure from WPP, the advertising, marketing and communications group he built ove(...)

Shopping bags from Asda and Sainsbury’s. Their merger shook up retail stocks on Monday. Photograph:  Reuters/Phil Noble

A multibillion pound merger between British supermarket Sainsbury’s and Asda shook up retail stocks on Monday, while European benchmarks ended April w(...)

Martin Sorrell stepped down as chief executive of WPP following allegations of personal misconduct. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

The two men running WPP following the shock exit of Martin Sorrell said they would look at restructuring the group and may sell parts of it, as better(...)

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