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 +'''Charles Saatchi ''' (born [[June 9]], [[1943]]) was the co-founder with his brother [[Maurice Saatchi|Maurice]] of the global [[advertising]] agency [[Saatchi & Saatchi]], which became the world's biggest before the brothers were forced out of the company in 1995. In the same year the Saatchi brothers formed a new agency called [[M&C Saatchi]]. Many large clients followed, and their new agency quickly overtook their ex agency in Britain's top ten. He is also known worldwide as an art collector and owner of the [[Saatchi Gallery]], and in particular for his sponsorship of the [[Young British Artists]] (YBAs), including [[Damien Hirst]] and [[Tracey Emin]].
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Charles Saatchi (born June 9, 1943) was the co-founder with his brother Maurice of the global advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi, which became the world's biggest before the brothers were forced out of the company in 1995. In the same year the Saatchi brothers formed a new agency called M&C Saatchi. Many large clients followed, and their new agency quickly overtook their ex agency in Britain's top ten. He is also known worldwide as an art collector and owner of the Saatchi Gallery, and in particular for his sponsorship of the Young British Artists (YBAs), including Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin. [1] [May 2007]

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