Thomas Moore
May 9, 2018

Sorrell: 'I'm going to start again'

The former WPP CEO has told a New York audience that he's not planning to retire.

Former WPP CEO Martin Sorrell has said that the end of his tenure running the world’s largest marketing services holding company won’t be the end of his career.

Speaking at the Techonomy NYC 18 conference in New York City, Sorrell said he has no plans to retire.

I’m not going to go into voluntary or involuntary retirement, Sorrell said, when asked about his plans by David Kirkpatrick, founder and CEO of the...

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