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Who's perceived as UK's worst performing Board?
The UK's worst performing Board, as perceived by other UK companies has been revealed... read more ›
'Box ticking' not enough to improve corporate governance
Relying on regulators is simply not enough to improve governance for the UK’s biggest companies... read more ›
Institute of Directors appoint first female Chair
The Institute of Directors has appointed Lady Barbara Judge CBE as its national Chair... read more ›
BG Group bows to shareholder pressure on CEO pay
Oil and gas exploration giant BG Group has bowed to investor pressure and its incoming Chief Executive’s pay package... read more ›
The government has announced the most comprehensive reforms of the framework for directors’ remuneration in a decade... read more ›
The government’s Regional Growth Fund to support private sector jobs has not generated maximum value for money, a new report suggests... read more ›
Immigration staff are planning to stage a one day strike in a clash with Government over public sector pensions... read more ›
The average monthly take home pay reflects the announcement that the UK is now in the midst of a double-dip recession... read more ›
Employees are abandoning corporate and individual pension schemes and preferring to trust other vehicles, such as ISAs... read more ›
The Institute of Directors (IoD) has appointed a new Chairman... read more ›
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