Everybody is talking about the youth media company since Rupert bought a stake. Now, James is set to join the board
Three-quarters of WPP shareholders believe he is worth every penny. It's how the ad giant can replace him that's worrying many
Ivan Menezes celebrated his success landing the job as boss of the world's biggest drinks company, Diageo, with a glass of Johnnie Walker Blue Label whisky on the flight from London to New York. The promotion of the chief operating officer and company insider didn't scare the horses in the City as the shares barely twitched. But as he sipped the £130 liquor on the plane Mr Menezes might well have pondered the shoes he will have to fill when Paul Walsh, the FTSE 100's third longest-serving boss, departs.
The World Cup winner is to take a job placement at the group
First came Coca-Cola's free sample bearers. Then the trotting Samsung flag distributors and the Lloyds TSB streamer wavers. And finally, with a broad smile as he bore the fiery symbol of sporting purity, came the millionaire ad man who knows the power of a brand more than any other.
Designed to speed up and enhance the internet experience, web markers known as 'cookies' make a mockery of our privacy. Every web user needs to understand (and control) these insidious cyber-spies, says <b>Stephen Foley</b>
Forget industry awards, the real symbol of prestige in adland is writing a book on how to succeed in a notoriously fickle trade. Sam Delaney gets the hard sell
One of the most powerful men in world advertising, Sir Martin Sorrell, delivered a purposely timed publicity coup to the Chancellor, George Osborne, yesterday by announcing that his global business, WPP, would be relocating its headquarters to the United Kingdom.
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
Arresting images of war and brutality dominated the prestigious World Press Photo 2010 exhibition when it was launched today.
The Prime Minister is flying out to Delhi this week – and he means business.
As the FA is forced to shelve its campaign against homophobia, Ian Herbert asks why stars are too timid to tackle this taboo
Guinness started its journey into advertising almost apologetically, but over the past eight decades it has produced a masterclass in branding. Ian Burrell raises a jar to a true original
Advertising people in London spend at least 11 months of the year utterly convinced that London is the centre of the creative universe.
Does this 'inside story' of advertising from one of its gurus wash whiter? Stephen Bayley hears the pitch
A small corner of east London is set to help tackle the UK's waste mountain by turning used drinks bottles into safe, reusable food packaging