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  1. September 19, 2014

    The invasion of corporate news

    ...months later. Burberry introduced its new CEO, Christopher Bailey, with a similarly glossy...elevation.) And when Bill Ford announced the CEO succession at the eponymous car company from Alan...definition, is that brands neither have to pay a media outlet for it nor earn it by convincing... By Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson

  2. September 19, 2014

    Kazuo Hirai struggles to reignite Sony’s spark

    ...strategy. Investors cringed as the company said it would not pay a dividend this year for the first time ever. Just a week earlier, a tanned...trouble the company was in,” the employee said. “When the CEO of a company needs to convince his people to use the company... By Kana Inagaki in Tokyo

  3. September 19, 2014

    City Insider: Weir’s Cochrane leads No charge

    ...Barclays, his views may chime with Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins, himself a retail banker...Naya, and that the defendant refused to pay NPR the proceeds. The complaint, which...argues that the defendants are refusing to pay the proceeds “solely as leverage in... By Harriet Agnew

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    September 17, 2014

    Further reading

    ...Geithner’s revenge: A broken bond rating system. - The overpaid CEO. - “The trend seems to be that more people are insider trading...to be smarter than you. - U2, I finally get it. - Should we pay to not prepay at restaurants? - Sell sentence du jour: “We... David Keohane

  2. September 15, 2014

    Strikes by pilots at Air France cause huge disruption to flights

    ...long industrial action over pay and conditions, leading to more than...costs, a key part of which is pay. The dispute highlights the difficulties...and €15m. Interview with CEO Alexandre de Juniac...to strike arguing for higher pay and the option to take early... By Jane Wild

  3. September 15, 2014

    From Phones 4U to philanthropy: John Caudwell

    ...contract withdrawals reflect a strategic shift among mobile network operators who would rather expand their own chains of shops than pay commission to third-party retail competitors. Mr Caudwell, who hails from Stoke-on-Trent in the Midlands, owned nearly... By Claer Barrett

  4. September 14, 2014

    Sir Ian Cheshire rejects offer of top Whitehall job

    ...underlining the dearth of strong business figures willing to take on government roles so close to a general election and that pay considerably less than equivalent private sector jobs. The hunt is now understood to be focused on the cadre of Whitehall non... By Sarah Neville and Elizabeth Rigby

  5. September 12, 2014

    Apple wages war on the wallet

    ...entry into the finance sector with Apple Pay. Payments, he said in language reminiscent of Jobs...persuade consumers that tapping their mobile to pay is easier than fishing in a handbag for...Mr Cook’s presentation on Tuesday to pay homage. Bank chief executives fawned about... By FT reporters

  6. September 11, 2014

    Dunelm chief Nick Wharton in surprise departure

    ...writes Alison Smith. Continue reading Mr Wharton’s total pay package in 2013 came to £1.3m, including £418,000 from the...overshadowed by the shock news that Nick Wharton has resigned as CEO and Will Adderley has returned to run the business, no doubt... By Mark Odell

  7. September 11, 2014

    Angst, acne and capitalism at commerce summer camps for teens

    ...They need to learn what they are good at and what people would pay for.” Mr Fagan, who did not graduate from high school and has eight...lives, notes Dr Gibbs. “When a student learns what a CFO or a CEO does, they might say ‘Oh, this is what my mum or dad does... By Emma Jacobs

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