European shares closed higher on Tuesday as investors anticipated easy monetary policy for the euro zone and closely watched events in Ukraine.
U.K.-based advertising giant WPP reported strong sales at its Russian operations but warned that Western sanctions will start to eat into profits.
Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, says the business will feel an impact from sanctions on Russia.
Britain's top bosses earn 143 times their average employee's wage, a report has revealed, amid growing anger over inequality and CEO pay.
European markets closed lower on Wednesday, amid concern over the violence in Iraq.
A slideshow of the British women who took the risk in starting up a technology business and are now reaping the rewards.
At the Founders Forum of CEOs, entrepreneurs and investors on Thursday, the consensus was that disruptive start-ups were here to stay.
Burger King is scrapping its 40- year-old 'Have It Your Way' slogan in favor of the more personal 'Be Your Way.'
The $35 billion merger between Omnicom and Publicis has collapsed as challenges proved too immense for the partners.
Martin Sorrell, WPP Group CEO, discusses the fallout in the proposed merger between Omnicom and Publicis.
European markets finished lower on Friday and ended the week flat, as the situation in Ukraine erased any optimism over earnings season.
Standard & Poor's cut its currency rating on Russia to BBB- as capital continues to flow out amid heightened tensions with the West.
Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, says Brazil and India have been strong markets, while Russia and China have slowed for the company.
Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, says the strength of sterling is the "biggest short-term issue" for the company, creating headwinds on earnings.
The shift in the “atmosphere around tax” globally is “significant” and has “hardened,” the chief executive of WPP has told CNBC.
Martin Sorrell, WPP CEO, discusses how Google, Buzzfeed and other companies are disrupting the advertising business.
Martin Sorrell, CEO at WPP, says the firm sees strong growth in China and discusses WPP's mergers and acquisition deals in the world's second largest economy.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
The WPP CEO describes Facebook's acquisition of WhatsApp as "potty" but adds that Mark Zuckerberg knew "what he is doing"
The up to $19 billion spent on Whatsapp by Facebook looks "a bit potty" says Sir Martin Sorrell, WPP CEO, saying the group continues to invest a lot more in Google than in Facebook.