Martin Sorrell: nice little earner

Martin Sorrell: nice little earner

Nice little earner

Martin Sorrell is a regular at Davos, the annual global meeting in Switzerland of the top dogs in business and economics. This year, the 70-year-old founder of advertising giant WPP was in attendance when Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund, delivered a rousing speech about moving away from financial crisis to a better future built on decent values. Excessive inequality, she said, was bad for global growth.

Sorrell reacted with a robust...

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