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Apple, Google, Oracle, AstraZeneca: Intellectual Property
AstraZeneca Plc, the U.K.'s second-biggest drugmaker, shouldn't get a further reduction in an antitrust fine of 52.5 million euros ($67.5 million), an adviser to the European Union's highest court said.
Did Say On Pay Cost A CEO His Job?
Likewise, at British drug maker AstraZeneca, CEO David Brennan announced two weeks ago that he would resign on June 1. AstraZeneca, hit by competition from generic drug manufacturers and the failure of several drugs in development, has seen shares ...
Boards wake up to a shareholder spring
Two weeks ago David Brennan, chief executive of AstraZeneca, bowed to pressure from the pharmaceutical group's top shareholders and stepped down at the annual meeting.
Fat-cat backlash: Aviva becomes first FTSE 100 firm to see shareholders ...  This is Money
US to Seek New Uses for Abandoned Drugs
But researchers and the university or hospital involved will get patent rights for any new uses of the compound, according to the NIH and drug-company officials.
GlaxoSmithKline 'avoided corporation tax bill of �34m'
Drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline avoided up to �34m in UK corporation tax last year through a deal with Luxembourg, according to an investigation by the BBC.
'Shareholder spring' claims a fresh victim: Aviva boss Andrew Moss jumps overboard
The shake-up at Aviva follows the shock departures in recent weeks of two other chief executives, David Brennan at AstraZeneca and Trinity Mirror's Sly Bailey, who stepped down amid increasing shareholder discontent. And the 'shareholder spring' looks ...
Moss quits after pay revolt at Aviva  Financial Times
Aviva Chief Executive Officer Andrew Moss to Leave  Bloomberg
MIDAS: You won't suffer in the Royal Bank of Scotland share swap
Small investors do not trust Royal Bank of Scotland as far as they could throw it. At least that is the case if Midas's mailbag is anything to go by.
Tempting High Street bonds pay 5%-plus - but remember your money is at risk
A string of High Street names are trying to lure customers into lending them cash in exchange for tempting returns. Over the past year, some of the biggest stores have been vying with each other to tap into their customers' cash by offering retail ...
Going for giant contracts could send you crashing
When small, family-owned waste management firm RCM Recycling won a multi-million pound contract with food industry giant Boparan Holdings, manager Maurice Call thought it was the break that he had been waiting for.
Why your child should invest in Mexican beer bottlers and Indian banks through ...
Parents are taking huge risks with their children's investments while being cautious with their own savings. Research for Money Mail reveals how parents putting money into Junior Isas are gambling their child's savings on funds which invest in oil ...