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Sol Trujillo helped pull trigger on global ad guru Martin Sorrell

An Aussie connection may have played a key role in Martin Sorrell's departure from global media agency, WPP.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

WPP Aunz Ltd trades flat as historic CEO resigns on allegations of misconduct

Sir Martin Sorrell resigns after 30 years at the helm of WPP plc – the majority shareholder of WPP Aunz Ltd (ASX:WPP).
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Intel Chief Executive Brian Krzanich resigned after a probe found his consensual relationship with an employee violated company policy. Fred Katayama reports.

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Sorrell Returns to Ad Business After WPP Ouster  [Video]Sorrell Returns to Ad Business After WPP Ouster 

May.30 -- Martin Sorrell, the former WPP Plc chief executive officer, will take control of publicly traded Derriston Capital just over six weeks after his abrupt exit from WPP. Bloomberg's Rebecca..

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Martin Sorrell makes comeback after short hiatus [Video]Martin Sorrell makes comeback after short hiatus

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Martin Sorrell quits as head of WPP after misconduct allegations

Martin Sorrell, who built WPP into the world's biggest advertising agency, has quit after an allegation of personal misconduct.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Steedman returns to WPP fold

Martin Sorrell has persuaded veteran media buyer John Steedman to chair WPP’s merged operations with STW.
The Australian

STW and WPP merger approved by shareholders

STW Communications shareholders have overwhelmingly voted in favour of a merger with the Australian arm of Martin Sorrell's WPP.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Adman’s pay hits $132 million

Founder of WPP Martin Sorrell was awarded one of the largest pay cheques in British corporate history last night.
The Australian

Optimism misplaced: Martin Sorrell

Client behaviour does not reflect the optimism being felt in the advertising industry, says the boss of WPP in London.
The Australian

UK adman seals STW merger

Martin Sorrell has sent a major statement of intent to Australia with a $500m merger of ad giant WPP with ASX-listed STW.
The Australian

STW Communications to merge with WPP Australia and New Zealand

The long-awaited merger between the local arm Martin Sorrell's WPP and STW Communications will go ahead with WPP taking a 61 per cent stake.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

McDonald's CMO Mark Lollback named new GroupM Australia boss

Martin Sorrell's WPP-owned GroupM has named McDonald's chief marketing officer Mark Lollback its new chief executive for Australian and New Zealand.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Martin Sorrell's WPP circles STW

Listed advertising and marketing services firm STW Communications has gone into a trading halt amid speculation of a takeover by Sir Martin Sorrell's WPP.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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