Sir Martin Sorrell claims Donald Trump's election as US President had added to a growing air of uncertainty for businesses that was first caused by Brexit - although the WPP boss appeared open-minded about prospects for a Trump presidency.
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Whatever your political persuasion might be, Thursday's acceptance speech by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was a groundbreaking landmark for everyone in the United States - especially women.
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"A man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons," Clinton said in her acceptance speech.
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Night number three of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
The president also portrayed the election as a decision between democracy and authoritarianism, grouping together fascists, communists, and jihadists with "homegrown demagogues" as those bound to fail.
Day 2 at the Democratic National Convention: Bill Clinton on the Hillary he knows.
The former president contrasted his wife with Donald Trump: "She never made fun of people with disabilities; she tried to empower them based on their abilities."
Former Hillary Clinton aide, FleishmanHillard's Kris Balderston, and former White House spokesperson for Barack Obama, Vox Global's Corey Ealons, weigh in on Monday's night's keynote speech to the Democratic Convention by Bernie Sanders.
The need-to-know stories from the first day of the Democratic National Convention.
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Convention season is just one example of the value of pseudo-events when they are used in carefully planned and controlled ways.
Donald Trump accepts the Republican nomination in front of an exuberant crowd in Cleveland.
The Republican candidate returned to controversial proposals such as building a wall on the Mexican border and stopping immigration from countries "compromised by terrorism" in his acceptance speech.
Organizations including the Cleveland Clinic and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame are taking advantage of an influx of influential visitors to tell their stories, and that of their host city, while trying to stay above the political fray.