The 52-year-old steps down a year after becoming embroiled in a fiasco surrounding the Olympics that saw the military drafted in to provide security for the games after G4S was accused of presiding over a shambles.
The US Senate Committee unleashed heavy criticism on the California-based company on Monday, branding its complex structure the "Holy Grail of tax avoidance".
By David Brett. LONDON | Tue May 21, 2013 11:56am BST. LONDON (Reuters) - Rallying miners and a contract win for outsourcing company Capita helped steady the FTSE 100 by midday on Tuesday despite weakness in travel firms after disappointing ...
Profits at Marks & Spencer have slumped to their lowest level in four years amid a succession of fashion disasters with dowdy designs and lack of stock.
Rocketing growth in China helped annual sales at Burberry hit �2bn for the first time as the British luxury goods group banks on the giant Asian economy and Latin America for further growth.