Superdry co-founder Julian Dunkerton has suffered another blow in his bid to return to the fashion chain's board.
The popularity of Game Of Thrones has helped boost broadcasting giant Sky as it posted surging revenues and customer numbers.
Sports Direct's under fire chairman Keith Hellawell has escaped a full-blown investor revolt after the majority of independent shareholders backed his re-election.
Mike Ashley's Sports Direct has been accused of reneging on a promise to offer guaranteed hours to staff on zero hour contracts in a fresh blow to the company ahead of its annual meeting.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has defended the way its top bosses are awarded after some shareholders criticised the lender for not making deeper cuts to pay.
A woman who lay in a crashed car beside her partner for three days, despite the accident being reported days earlier to police, has died.
A woman who lay in a crashed car beside her partner for three days in Scotland, despite the accident being reported days earlier to police, has died.
Lloyds Banking Group could be fully returned to private hands within the next year, chairman Norman Blackwell said at the company’s annual meeting yesterday.
The three largest global share advisory firms have come out in support of the Petroceltic board in its battle for control of the company.
A leading UK-based shareholder advisory group has recommended investors vote against resolutions at the annual general meetings of Guinness parent company, Diageo, and Ryanair.
Barclays bosses will face more shareholder anger over pay tomorrow when the banking giant holds its annual general meeting in London.
James Murdoch avoided a revolt over his position on the board of BSkyB today, despite the media watchdog calling his "competence" and "attitude" into question.
James Murdoch will come under attack from shareholders at BSkyB’s annual meeting today after the telecoms watchdog called his “competence” and “attitude” into question.
James Murdoch will come under attack from shareholders at BSkyB’s annual meeting on Thursday after the UK telecoms watchdog called his “competence” and “attitude” into question.
James Murdoch will come under attack from shareholders at BSkyB’s annual meeting on Thursday after the telecoms watchdog called his “competence” and “attitude” into question.
Royal Bank of Scotland saw its pay report overwhelmingly backed today as the taxpayer-backed bank reassured its investors it wanted to become “a bank that is built to last”.
The boss of insurer Aviva bowed to shareholder pressure today and waived a near-5% pay rise which would have taken his annual salary over the £1m (€1.2m) mark.
Protesters calling for the resignation of BSkyB chairman James Murdoch gathered outside the company’s annual general meeting today.
James Murdoch will face calls to resign as chairman of BSkyB at the satellite broadcaster's annual meeting tomorrow amid fears his links to the phone hacking inquiry at News Corporation will damage the company's reputation.
Luxury fashion house Burberry faces a potential revolt over “excessive” executive pay after a lobby group today urged its members to vote against the company’s remuneration plans.
Supermarket giant Tesco avoided a repeat of last year’s pay revolt as shareholders at its annual meeting backed a new executive pay scheme.
Banking giant HSBC was rebuked by shareholders today over plans that could see chief executive Stuart Gulliver earn up to £12.5m this year.
Taxpayer-backed Lloyds Banking Group is expected to face tough questions at its annual meeting tomorrow over a multi-million-pound pay deal for its new chief executive.
The controversial £7.7m (€8.78m) pay package awarded to Royal Bank of Scotland's boss is expected to be given the all-clear by the British government today despite a widespread backlash over the deal.
Oil giant BP is expected to face further shareholder ire at its annual general meeting over “wholly unacceptable” boardroom pay packets awarded in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster.
BP shares came under pressure today as it was reported that staff at the beleaguered oil giant could face manslaughter charges over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Marks & Spencer was today braced for a fresh clash with investors over boardroom pay as a succession of blue-chip firms prepare for stormy annual meetings on the issue.
Inflation and unemployment figures and the annual meetings of British Airways and Marks & Spencer should make up for a quiet results schedule on the London market this week.
HSBC chairman Stephen Green is preparing to stand down from the helm of Britain’s biggest bank later this year as part of a board overhaul, it was reported today.
Investors in British taxpayer-backed Lloyds Banking Group today protested over executive pay plans at the firm’s annual general meeting.
Banks will be the centre of attention in the UK this week with trading updates and annual meetings from major players, while first-quarter figures from insurance giant Prudential will also be watched closely.
Barclays today reported a leap in first quarter profits to £1.82bn (€2.09bn), but shares came under pressure amid fears of a slowdown at its star investment banking arm.
Oil giant BP today signalled it would press on with a controversial Canadian tar sands project despite facing a showdown with environmental campaigners and shareholders.
Oil giant BP faces a showdown with environmental campaigners over controversial Canadian oil sand projects when it holds its annual shareholder meeting today.
Marks & Spencer boss Stuart Rose reported better-than-expected sales today after seeing an "improving trend" in the retailer's performance.
The British government body charged with overseeing State-owned bank stakes today threw its weight behind Lloyds Banking Group ahead of its annual meeting later this week.
Furious investors are calling for Royal Dutch Shell bosses to hand back recent bonuses amid an escalating row over the oil giant’s pay awards, according to reports today.
BP shareholders registered their anger at senior directors’ pay and their connections to Royal Bank of Scotland by only narrowly passing the firm’s remuneration report today.
The spectre of Royal Bank of Scotland will haunt BP today as its chairman faces a shareholder vote amid claims his role at the bank raises doubt over his suitability.
BP chairman Peter Sutherland today faced calls for his head amid claims his senior role at Royal Bank of Scotland raised doubts over his suitability.
The British government’s investment arm is understood to be planning a protest vote against former Royal Bank of Scotland boss Fred Goodwin’s controversial pension, it was reported today.
Under-fire Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley is expected to meet shareholders of his Sports World retail empire today amid pressure over the firm's pay plans and mounting fury from his club's fans.
Embattled Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley was under pressure on a second front today after a shareholder action group attacked his company's pay plans.
The head of Marks & Spencer today received a broadside from shareholders over his controversial dual role at the helm of the beleaguered retail giant.
TV cook Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall will today urge Tesco shareholders to back a call for the retail giant to improve its chicken rearing standards.
Marks & Spencer’s attempts to win over critics of its controversial move to promote chief executive Stuart Rose were dealt a blow today.
A shareholder revolt over the pay package of BP boss Lord Browne today threatened to overshadow his last annual meeting as chief executive of the oil giant.
Oil giant BP was today facing a shareholder revolt regarding the pay package of departing chief executive Lord Browne.
The boss of mobile phone giant Vodafone was today facing the prospect of a major shareholder vote against his re-election to the board.
A South African fruit picker today made a passionate plea to Tesco directors in a bid to improve pay and conditions for an army of farm workers.
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