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Alison Brittain becomes just sixth female FTSE 100 boss – and that's a record
Ms Brittain will become the sixth female chief executive on the FTSE 100 - the highest number ever. She was one of Lloyds' top executives, brought across from Santander shortly after Antonio Horta-Osorio was recruited from the former Abbey National ...
Sixth FTSE 100 female CEO named as Lloyds bank executive Alison Brittain ...  This is Money
FTSE 100 diversity boost as Brittain named Whitbread boss  Yorkshire Post
5 Forgotten FTSE 100 Stars: Legal & General Group Plc, National Grid plc ...
A relatively small number of FTSE 100 companies seem to grab so much of the attention. Some investors rarely look beyond the big banks, oil majors, pharmaceutical giants, supermarkets and mining companies.
Vodafone leads FTSE 100 higher  BBC News
Market round-up: Vodafone continues rally as FTSE 100 rises on reduced UK ...  International Business Times UK
FTSE 100 flat but oil price rise hits airlines easyJet and IAG
With oil prices rising again, transport groups came under pressure on worries about their fuel costs, but not enough to stop the FTSE 100 edging higher. Brent crude is up 2.5% at $66.68 a barrel amid signs that a global oil glut may be ending, with US ...
M&S helps FTSE push above 7000
Shares in Vodafone go "bananas" - hitting a 14-year high
Where next for the FTSE 100 - 8000 or 6000?
The current p/e for the FTSE 100 is 15.1, slightly above its long-term average of 15. This implies that British shares are not expensive, despite the fact that the market has enjoyed a six-year bull run.
MarketsFTSE 100 heads back towards record high
Buoyancy has returned to Britain's blue-chip share index following a violent equity and bond market shakeout last week, with the FTSE 100 once again hopping over the 7,000 hurdle. The blue-chip index has advanced by 0.7 per cent to 7,006 points, pulled ...
FTSE 100 tested by economic gloom
General Election 2015: Shares, bonds and the pound all end higher after shock ...
Shares, bonds and the pound all rallied today after the Tories swept to a shock win in the General Election, sparing investors from the inevitable uncertainty which would have come with a round of coalition negotiations.
FTSE 100 and sterling surge after shock election result  The Guardian
FTSE slips to one-month lows as Britons head out to vote  Reuters UK
Making sense of FTSE 100's election day slump
By mid-morning Thursday, the FTSE 100 had fallen as much as 123 points, or 1.8%. A disappointing first quarter from Morrisons (MRW), losses at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) after yesterday's numbers, and weakness at a clutch of heavyweight miners stood out.
FTSE 100 falters amid global market falls and election jitters  The Guardian
Market round-up: FTSE 100 wobbles as UK election nears conclusion  International Business Times UK
Who is the FTSE 100's longest-serving chief executive?
The FTSE 100 is losing one of its longest-serving chief executives when Henry Engelhardt departs from Admiral next year. He has been with the firm since its foundation in 1991, steering it from a start-up to a �4bn insurance giant.
FTSE 100 rebounds after sharp falls  Fresh Business Thinking
Henry Engelhardt to stand down as chief executive of insurance giant Admiral ...  WalesOnline
Two-fifths of FTSE 100 executives hold shares for five years
Fidelity began highlighting the issue at the start of 2013, when just four FTSE 100 groups made executives wait five years or more before being able to trade the shares they had been awarded.
Four in ten FTSE 100 firms make bosses wait five years for bonuses  This is Money
US slowdown fears send FTSE 100 lower
(Close): The FTSE 100 ended the day sharply lower following weaker US consumer confidence and disappointing corporate results.
FTSE 100 falls as UK growth slows