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Sir Martin Sorrell of WPP: Does his £70.4m  a year package qualify as a “superstar salary”? Photograph: Eamonn M McCormack/Getty Images

Does £70.4 million (€84 million) a year qualify as a “superstar salary”? Not according to Sir John Hood, chair of advertising giant WPP’s pay committe(...)

Martin Sorrell, chief executive  of WPP: last year his pay package was £70.4 million,  in cash and shares, taking the total he has earned at the advertising group since 2009 to £190 million. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

Theresa May has retreated from some of her plans to crack down on executive pay, but business leaders continue to attack her. They are pleased the pr(...)

Fat cats: chief executives say people criticise their high pay without understanding their true worth.

Theresa May has retreated from some of her plans to crack down on executive pay, but business leaders continue to attack her. They are pleased the Bri(...)

Martin Sorrell, head  of  WPP: last year his pay package was £70.4 million, paid in cash and shares, taking the total he has earned at the advertising group since 2009 to £190 million. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters

Oh the irony . . . just as the government was publishing details of its proposals for a crackdown on executive pay on Tuesday, details were coming thr(...)

Artist Maser is one of the “thought leaders” hired by Ogilvy company Wilson Hartnell “to use art to bring brands and moments to life for consumers”.

Advertising and public relations group Ogilvy & Mather saw its net profit climb 54 per cent to €1.45 million at its Irish operations last year, as(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange:  US stocks rose from a six-week low amid an increase in deal activity as traders assessed the outlook for the presidential election and interest rates in the world’s largest economy. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European equities fell for a sixth straight session on Monday, with energy shares tracking weaker crude oil prices and financial stocks losing ground.(...)

Bank of England governor Mark Carney who is ready to serve his full eight year term defying pro-Brexit campaigners demanding his resignation, it has been reported. Photograph: PA

Bank of England governor Mark Carney is leaning towards deciding to serve a full eight-year term, despite critics calling for him not to extend his ti(...)

Signage outside the WPP offices in London, as the advertising giant said the first signs of “Brexit anxiety” were beginning to show as the firm reported slower sales growth in Britain. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

WPP, the world’s largest advertising group, reported a slowdown in organic net sales growth in the third quarter to 2.8 per cent, saying a weaker perf(...)

Bank of Ireland closed at 19 cent, up more than 7 per cent.

Almost all European markets climbed, recovering from slippage earlier in the session, as remarks by European Central Bank president Mario Draghi were(...)

“On Indeed, the job-search website, there are 32,000 openings specifying creativity in London alone, compared with only 2,700 requesting politeness.”

I’m not creative. Neither are most of my colleagues. The Financial Times employs clever people who know how to spot stories, write them elegantly, an(...)

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