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Martin Sorrell defends his £70m pay package

Martin Sorrell defends his £70m pay package

UPDATE: The WPP boss is used to shareholder revolts over his salary - but Sorrell says it's all justifiable because he's worth it.

 

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Britain might have a productivity problem, but that doesn't mean your firm has to.