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Both Shell and Easterbrook are influential individuals, with the right to make fundamental decisions about the running of their respective businesses.
This throws up many questions. Were their partners, or other individuals in similar positions offered unfair advantages due to their personal relationships? In an age where widespread redundancies are a normal part of working life, are some workers saved purely because they share a deeply intimate relationship with the CEO?