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The Independent on Sunday: Investors warn M&S boss: this is last-chance saloon

Ahead of this week's AGM, M&S chief executive Marc Bolland is "in the line of fire". Institutional shareholders are set to question Bolland's £829,000 bonus at Tuesday's meeting at Wembley and quiz him over a £2.3bn spend on store refurbishments, logistics and IT systems as part of a three-year restructuring plan.

The Sunday Times: Strike set to shut Jaguar factories

Jaguar Land Rover's production lines could grind to a halt within weeks after delivery workers voted for a strike. The walkout is threatened by staff of DHL, the logistics giant, which has about 1,800 workers at Jaguar's three main factories at Castle Bromwich and Solihull in the Midlands and Halewoodon Merseyside.

The Mail on Sunday: British defence giant hit by wave of cyber attacks

BAE systems faces sophisticated computer attacks more than 300 times a year, mainly from China. The boss of BAE's cyber security arm Detica said the firm faces 92,000 "significant security events" a year with 339 classed as "sophisticated attacks". The company's products range from submarines to the Eurofighter Typhoon.

The Sunday Telegraph: Heathrow closure 'would be 20-year disaster'

David Sleath, boss of property giant Segro, has warned that businesses would be damaged and tens of thousands of jobs put at risk if Heathrow was closed and Britain's only hub airport moved to the Thames Estuary. He said it would be an "economic disaster" from which it would take 20 years to recover.