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Forget the fuss – bumper paydays go on for UK's best-paid boss Sorrell | Nils Pratley

Published on Friday 10th of March 2017 08:25:12 AM in Guardian

Spring has arrived, so it’s time for WPP to tot up chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell’s winnings. The workings of the Leadership Equity Acquisition Plan, or Leap, aren’t simple but Sorrell got £41.6m for 2016. That was a maximum payout but not as much as last ...

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