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Sports Direct faces L&G anger as City turns the screw on corporate governance
It will be the third consecutive year the largest investor in UK companies has voted against Keith Hellawell and since that time Sports Direct's shares have more than halved.
More shareholders criticise Sports Direct's corporate governance  
Sports Direct investors urge Mike Ashley's firm to review its company practices  
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More evidence emerged today that Britain's resilient consumers could keep the UK economy growing despite uncertainties following June's Brexit vote.
ITV has ended its pursuit of Entertainment One, the majority owner of children's cartoon franchise Peppa Pig, after its �1bn takeover bid was rejected earlier this month.
People taking out retirement savings are being caught out by unexpected taxes and welfare reductions, a study shows. A survey of 500 adults who accessed pensions since new freedoms came into force last year showed that one in 10 had unforeseen tax ...
StockMarketWire.com - London stocks ended on the back foot. Multiple pharmas, commercial and residential property, banks and retailers were at the southbound vanguard as gold eased and crude staged a minor rally after yesterday's torrid time.
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