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Rock-Star Chairman Not Waiting for New CEO to Start Fixing Aviva
June 29 (Bloomberg) -- Aviva Plc's incoming chairman, John McFarlane, had a message for reporters questioning the insurer's change of leadership 10 days after the departure of Chief Executive Officer Andrew Moss.
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Heat is on: Phillips Idowu faces a battle to make London 2012 after injury
Phillips Idowu faces a race against time to save his Olympic dream after pulling out of the Aviva 2012 Trials. The triple jump star - one of Britain's best hopes for a gold medal - injured his foot on June 2 but last week coach Aston Moore reported ...
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Endowment bonus is only �90 so should I cash it in?
Cauldon Group changed its name to Reece plc in November 1990. Administrators were appointed to the manufacturing company in November 2001.
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Corporate bond funds can offer consistent success
It is hard to remember a time when corporate bond funds were not a strong contender for inclusion in virtually all investors' portfolios.
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Grabarz and Sayers book places for London 2012
Robbie Grabarz competes in the high jump during the Aviva Trials and Championships at the Alexander Stadium, Birmingham. Photo: Dave Thompson/PA Wire.
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UK to give shareholders power over executive pay
In recent months investors have unleashed a wave of negative votes over pay that have been dubbed Britain's "Shareholder Spring" in a backlash that has cost the jobs of executives as Aviva (AV.L) boss Andrew Moss, and Sly Bailey, head of newspaper ...
Cable plans binding votes on executive pay  Financial Times
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M&A drop spurs activist investors
With M&A activity down sharply in the first half of the year, activist investors have stepped up their involvement with companies, often agitating for splits or deals.
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Spotlight on shareholder advice groups
Sir Martin Sorrell and his 60 per cent pay increase has been in the spotlight this week as the remuneration debate has escalated further amid growing unrest at �excessive� rewards for Britain's top bosses.
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New head for British Bankers' Association
Anthony Browne, a Morgan Stanley executive and former adviser to Boris Johnson, the mayor of London, is on Tuesday expected to be named as the new head of the British Bankers' Association.
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Icap chief's pay cut by 25%
The intervening months have brought a swell of unhappiness about executive pay, with large protest votes by investors in companies including Aviva and Barclays. ICAP's annual report for the latest financial year, published on Friday, awarded Mr Spencer ...
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