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Sir Frank Chapman, the former boss of oil and gas company BG Group, is revealed as the richest pensioner in the FTSE 100 with a pot worth more than £22m when he stepped down.
Firm is now slashing capacity over winter, grounding as many as 80 aircraft to cut costs
Nearly half of all first-time directors appointed at Britain’s biggest companies last year were women, offering renewed hope that the Government target of a 25 per cent female make-up of FTSE 100 boards by 2015 will be met.
A worldwide share plunge saw the FTSE 100 Index fall more than 100 points today as a run of pessimism on the markets pulled leading stocks further down from near-record heights seen just a few weeks ago.
Investors are turning to classic cars as they don't attract capital gains tax. With CGT charged at 28 per cent for higher-rate taxpayers, and 18 per cent otherwise, savings can be huge.
Economic View: How well we in Britain do will largely be determined by what happens to the rest of the world
The big question now is whether there has been permanent damage
The shockwaves from Greece's failure to form a coalition government have continued to reverberate around markets, though upbeat US economic indicators gave the more positive-minded investor something to latch on to.
The index of London's leading shares responded cautiously today after unexpectedly high demand for the closely-watched sale of Spanish debt.
The Indy's annual top 10 of stocks to pick have shown a 33 per cent return so far. James Moore, chief tipster, reflects on the gambles that seem to be paying off
Male directors of British companies still vastly outnumber female ones, but things could soon change thanks to the efforts of pioneers such as these. Kate Youde reports on gender imbalance in the boardroom
While some FTSE 100 companies have already beaten the target to have one in four female directors by 2015, overall change at the top is still slow
Experts give their predictions for the best returns in the coming year.
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Anger over annual incomes of more than £1m for chief executives on retirement
Works by Tony Cragg may adorn many a company atrium, but that doesn't mean he has sold out