Sir Martin Stuart Sorrell (born 14 February 1945) is a British businessman and the chief executive officer (CEO) of WPP plc. Sorrell was born in London to a Jewish family [... and] was educated at the independent Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School then Christ's College, Cambridge, and has an MBA from Harvard University.
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Sorrell's three sons, Mark, Jonathan and Robert all went to Cambridge University and then Goldman Sachs, although two have since left.
Sir Martin is now married to Christiana Falcone, a director of media and entertainment industries at the World Economic Forum.
The highest-paid executive on the FTSE 100 has joined growing public opposition among global firms to President Trump's travel ban. Sir Martin Sorrell, boss of advertising giant WPP, spoke out hours after Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz warned that civility and human rights were "under attack" from the new administration's policy agenda. Both raised their concerns as the world reacted to the temporary travel ban on people entering the US from seven mainly-Muslim nations.
Quote: “I am a second-generation U.K. immigrant and I think immigrants have made major contributions to the U.K. economy.”
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