WPP PLC (WPP.L)
21 Feb 2019
Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)
Jan 31 (Reuters) - WPP PLC
Jan 30 (Reuters) - :WPP GROUP TO SELL ITS 49 PERCENT SHAREHOLDING IN 'DAVOS IN THE DESERT' ORGANISER RICHARD ATTIAS & ASSOCIATES FOR TENS OF MILLIONS OF POUNDS - SKY NEWS. Full Article
Nov 8 (Reuters) - :MARTIN SORRELL IS IN TALKS TO BUY MIGHTYHIVE, A US PROGRAMMATIC ADVERTISING COMPANY - FT, CITING SOURCES. Full Article
Oct 29 (Reuters) - Grey Group::GREY GROUP AGREES TO ACQUIRE MAJORITY STAKE IN AUTUMN WORLDWIDE.GREY GROUP - ANUSHA SHETTY WILL CONTINUE TO HEAD AUTUMN OPERATIONS. Full Article
Sept 26 (Reuters) - WPP Plc
Sept 23 (Reuters) - :WPP CONSIDERS MERGER OF YOUNG & RUBICAM AND DIGITAL AD FIRM VML- WSJ , CITING SOURCES. Full Article
Aug 30 (Reuters) - :MARK READ TO BE REVEALED AS NEW CEO OF WPP NEXT WEEK - FT, CITING SOURCES. Full Article
July 27 (Reuters) - :WPP VETERAN MARK READ HAS EMERGED AS LEADING CANDIDATE TO SUCCEED MARTIN SORRELL AS CEO - WSJ. Full Article
July 5 (Reuters) - WPP PLC
April 13 (Reuters) - :BOARD OF WPP WEIGHING CONTINGENCY PLANS IN THE EVENT CHIEF EXECUTIVE MARTIN SORRELL LEAVES THE COMPANY- WSJ, CITING SOURCES.IF SORRELL DEPARTS, BOARD IS CONSIDERING TAPPING WPP VETERANS MARK READ AND ANDREW SCOTT TO BE CO-CEOS- WSJ, CITING SOURCES. Full Article
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