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Jun 29, 2017

Sorrell insists WPP is 'open for business' following attack

Assurance runs contrary to some reports in APAC.

WPP chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell has written to the advertising giant's more than 200,000 employees to assure them the situation is under control, following yesterday's malware attack.

Sorrell said there was no indication that either employee or client data has been compromised in yesterday’s events, which affected a number of large global companies.

He also asserted that the group remains open for business. However, the employees of at least...

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