Sir Martin keep his £70.4 million pay package, including a £62.8 million long term bonus
Sorrell's pay has come under scrutiny, with some shareholder advisory groups asking investors to reject his compensation at the company's annual general meeting on Wednesday
Sir Martin said: 'I don't like the word pay, it is reward for performance with risk attached.'
He was already one of Britain’s best paid chieftans after pocketing £43m last year
Steve Jobs's temporary departure from Apple exposes the risks faced by companies that are defined by their leaders. Chiara Cavaglieri reports
Forty years ago, Charles and Maurice Saatchi founded the advertising agency that was to become one of the most glamorous and influential forces in the land. Their story is a parable for our time, says Peter York
When WPP's Sir Martin Sorrell pronounces on the state of the advertising industry – or, increasingly, industry in general – important people listen. So when he told the world last week that the current recession is going to be L-shaped (that's severe and prolonged) important people agreed. L-shaped it will be, then.
Does this 'inside story' of advertising from one of its gurus wash whiter? Stephen Bayley hears the pitch