Here's what industry insiders have to say about the holding company's extremely turbulent year following the shock exit.
The former WPP and current S4 Capital honcho will appear at Campaign360 Tuesday for a live Q&A session. This is your chance to submit a question.
Ex-WPP boss' fledging venture grew by more than a third in first quarter of 2019.
S4 Capital, the advertising business Sir Martin Sorrell launched after leaving WPP last year, has published its first annual report.
Offices to be opened in Bengaluru and Mumbai over the next few days
Front Stage Pass: The executive chairman of S4 Capital answered live questions about past decisions at WPP, his strategy now at S4, his regrets, his digital ad habits and much more. Plus, answers to the questions we didn't have time for at the event.
Of all places to choose for a new office, MediaMonks opted for space directly opposite the company it turned down for Sorrell.
Costs are reported to be for personal expenses over several years.
With Sir Martin Sorrell under internal investigation, who could take up his role if he leaves? Campaign identifies some possible runners and riders.
Spokesman for former WPP chairman rejects claim made in media report.
The former WPP CEO is thought to be gearing up to acquire a new company which he will turn into a new marketing group.
WPP’s chief executive gives his take on the global economy, the shift to digital, short-termism, and the prospect of Google buying agencies.
Focus on relationships, the WPP chief advises.
In anticipation of Campaign's upcoming innovation issue, we present a timely Q&A with WPP's Sir Martin Sorrell that examines what's fuelling innovation in China today.
Disruptive technologies are changing the industry, a theme which stood out this year at the largest Dmexco conference yet...
WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell has outlined the three factors he is looking for in new Asia acquisitions: digital, data and operations in fast-growth markets.
Highlights of WPP CEO Martin Sorrell's appearance at the recent Media360Asia summit.
ASIA-PACIFIC - Sir Martin Sorrell, global CEO of WPP, has been confirmed as a headline speaker at Campaign Asia-PAcific's Media360Asia Summit, along with additional executives from GroupM, ZenithOptimedia and Deutsche Bank.
Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, tells Media how the industry will emerge from what he has called an "L-shaped" recession.
HONG KONG - On 6 May, Media TV will launch a series of five exclusive interviews with Sir Martin Sorrell, the most famous soothsayer in the media and advertising industries.