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Bank boss: Stop talking about our bonuses
A protester opposing tax evasion by banks wears a mask showing the face of a Barclays executive. Photo / AFP. Barclays was accused of attempting to silence criticism of its bonus culture after one of the bank's directors slapped down a major shareholder for ...
RUTH SUNDERLAND: Standard Life is right to speak up over bonuses  
Barclays faces backlash from shareholders  
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The pharmaceuticals giant AstraZeneca was rocked by a shareholder rebellion yesterday when almost 40 per cent of its investors failed to back executive pay at the group.
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Satya Nadella, Microsoft's new chief executive, set out on Thursday to make it clear that anyone who still thought of Microsoft as just a struggling PC company was mistaken.
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Barclays Bank PLC (BARC.L) will pay $280 million to Fannie Mae (FNMA.OB) and Freddie Mac (FMCC.OB) to settle claims that it sold them faulty mortgage-backed securities during the housing bubble, a U.S.
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