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Tempus has been unsettled by the decision of its Swedish shareholder Marport to sell 2,500,000 ordinary shares, equivalent to a stake of about 3.5 per cent, for an estimated &£8.75m. The deal leaves Marport with an eight per cent holding. Chris Ingram, Tempus chairman, and Martin Sorrell, WPP Group chief executive, who are vying for effective control of the company, each have a stake of about 18 per cent.

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