• The Post-Sorrell Era At WPP
    Give the new management team an A+ for managing expectations. And just maybe for injecting some overdue fresh thinking into the mix.
  • Will WPP Hire A Woman As Its Next CEO?
    In its latest annual report chairman Roberto Quarta writes about the company's commitment to narrowing-and at some point eliminating-the gender gap at senior management levels of the holding company.
  • Chipotle CEO Says Brand Has Been 'Invisible'
    Uh, oh, that's not a good sign for an ad agency when the client states publicly that it's been "invisible." Especially when that client's CEO is new and brings on a new CMO as well. Let's REVIEW this situation.
  • Vincent Bollore Charged In Connection With Alleged Corruption Scheme
    Havas senior executive Jean-Philippe Dorent and Bollore Group CEO Giles Alix were presented to magistrates along with Vincent Bollore after two days of questioning on Wednesday.
  • Vincent Bollore Detained By Police Amid Corruption Probe Involving Havas
    Bollore, the father of Havas CEO Yannick Bollore, runs a family business empire that spans communications, shipping and logistics. Over a decade ago, he waged a successful proxy battle against Havas management, effectively taking control of the company.
  • Faberge Eggs And Human Organs, Think About It
    I never would have made the connection, until I read about this provocative new campaign from McCann Health In Brazil.
  • Will Dentsu Aegis Network Head Jerry Buhlmann Be The Next WPP Chief?
    Or will it be BBDO's Andrew Robertson. Both executives have been identified as candidates being considered to succeed long-time WPP CEO Martin Sorrell who resigned under fire a little more than a week ago.
  • The WFA's New Data Transparency 'Manifesto'
    The group and some of its members can talk the talk on this issue. Will they walk the walk?
  • Rolex Watches And New Company Perks: Fingerpaint Celebrates In Style
    The agency flew about 200 staffers out to a fancy resort in Scottsdale recently to celebrate its 10th anniversary over a four-day boondoggle.
  • Can WPP Survive Without Sorrell?
    The speculation from the analyst community and others has been bountiful following the weekend resignation of WPP chief Martin Sorrell.
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