What the Sunday papers said


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Independent on Sunday: Headhunters push for more women bosses

Egon Zehnder, one of the world’s leading executive headhunters, has vowed to unsettle the male-dominated executive positions of the UK’s FTSE 100 companies, and its newly appointed UK managing director Miranda Pode is leading its charge.

Sunday Times: Tycoon’s £2.5bn to break shale logjam

Jim Ratcliffe, billionaire founder of the chemical giant Ineos and one of Britain’s richest men, plans to kick-start the fracking industry in the UK by giving away billions of pounds to landowners and communities affected by fracking.

Sunday Telegraph: Citizens Bank flotation generates further windfall

Royal Bank of Scotland is in line for a fresh $425m (£261m) windfall after the banks that underwrote the flotation of its US arm, Citizens, exercised options to buy more shares, a move welcomed by RBS after it had to cut the price of the IPO.

Mail on Sunday: Don’t shred a thing, new Tesco chief warns staff

Tesco’s chief executive, David Lewis, has ordered staff not to shred or delete documents as lawyers and accountants investigate the huge profit shortfall at the supermarket giant while the Serious Fraud Office watches from the sidelines.