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Culture rules us all

Culture rules us all

Zombies are invading Cannes this year courtesy of MediaCom's partnership with AMC.

ShareAction urges WPP to commit to living wage as shareholders approve Sorrell's pay

ShareAction urges WPP to commit to living wage as shareholders approve Sorrell's pay

ShareAction, a charity that promotes responsible investments, has suggested WPP chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell's pay package be put towards

Emirates in talks with WPP over creative requirements

Emirates in talks with WPP over creative requirements

Dubai-based carrier is understood to be having meetings with WPP agencies, involving Sir Martin Sorrell, about integrated marketing opportunities

WPP posts 3 percent rise in third-quarter revenue

WPP posts 3 percent rise in third-quarter revenue

Results for the multinational advertising and PR giant were lower than expected

Industry leaders cast predictions for 2015

Industry leaders cast predictions for 2015

Michael Roth, David Droga, Bonin Bough and Sir Martin Sorrell reflect on this year and next

Sir Martin Sorrell labels Omnicom CFO exit 'bizarre'

Sir Martin Sorrell labels Omnicom CFO exit 'bizarre'

WPP chief executive hits out at the recent departure of Omnicom's chief financial officer, Randall Weisenburger

Sir Martin Sorrell: Creativity has become more difficult and more interesting

Sir Martin Sorrell: Creativity has become more difficult and more interesting

WWP Group's chief executive discusses the impact of data on the business

LIVE@AdvertisingWeek: seven things you may have missed on Monday

LIVE@AdvertisingWeek: seven things you may have missed on Monday

The first day of Advertising Week Europe featured high-profile speakers and animated sessions at Bafta, and Campaign, Marketing and Media

Twitter warns brands it is better to be 'good' than 'loud'

Twitter warns brands it is better to be 'good' than 'loud'

Twitter has argued the route to success on its platform is "not by being loud" but by "being good",

UK telecoms giants ask regulators not to 'f-up' mobile marketing growth

UK telecoms giants ask regulators not to 'f-up' mobile marketing growth

Britain's three largest telecoms brands have fired a warning shot to European regulators, with the chief executive of O2 telling

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