WPP faced tough questions about Sir Martin Sorrell's exit at its annual general meeting, with more than a quarter of WPP shareholders voting against his entitlement to a possible 20 million US$26.75 million payoff.
Despite resigning in April, Sorrell is entitled to shares that could be worth nearly that amount over the next five years if the company hits targets.
27% of investors voted against the remuneration report in a non-binding...
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