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Rex Features Broadband and telecoms supplier TalkTalk is the latest company to find pay under scrutiny. Ahea dof Wednesday's annual meeting, the investor group Pirc has recommended that shareholders vote against its remuneration report and pay policy.
Edinburgh WPP founder Sir Martin Sorrell could earn as much as 14 times his £1.15m base salary each year. WPP refusing to endorse a plan that allowed founder Sir Martin Sorrell to receive a £30m windfall last year. Meanwhile, the Royal Bank of
Trinity Mirror chair David Grigson says the publisher has done all that it can to investigate allegations of phone hacking. Photograph: Getty Grigson, whose company also inlcudes the Sunday Mirror and Sunday People, also gave an impassioned speech
Bloomberg/Getty Images Shareholders in Trinity Mirror are expected to demand greater openness from the newspaper group about the legal bill it faces over phone hacking. The Local Authority Pension Fund Forum, which represents 60 public sector pension
Justin Kase/Alamy Shareholder rebellions over directors' pay continued when household goods group Reckitt Benckiser which makes brands including Calgon, Dettol and Strepsils and online grocer Ocado both faced revolts at their annual meetings.
Barclays Plc shareholders should oppose the British bank's bonus payouts for last year and its controversial plan to make extra payments to staff, a shareholder advisory group said on Tuesday. Pirc, an independent group that says it offers advice to
Edinburgh police 'failed' missing man who died Prof McNeill had previously criticised police in Edinburgh over another missing person case Police have been criticised over the case of a 52-year-old man found dead after he had been reported missing.
Police criticised over handling of Edinburgh suicide case John McNeill has made recommendations for future cases Police have been criticised for their handling of a suicide case in Edinburgh after investigators found they "mismanaged" the inquiry.
But by and large, that advice has been more often directed towards shareholders of companies outside Ireland...That resolution was opposed by 13pc of the votes a very high percentage for what is normally a straightforward vote. In an ideal world
London-based shareholder adviser, earlier this week described Martin's termination provision as being "among the worst we have seen", adding, "the inclusion of on- target bonus and other benefits is simply unacceptable". It's seen as best practice