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UK bosses earn 117 times average worker despite pay cut

The average salary for chief executives fell by 13% between 2017 and 2018, but they still earned 117 times more than the average UK full-time worker, a report has found.

UK high street sales fall at fastest rate since 2008

High street sales have slumped at their fastest pace since 2008 in August, leaving retailers’ confidence “crumbling”.

RBS and Santander ordered to fix PPI breaches

The Royal Bank of Scotland and Santander have been ordered to audit their PPI processes by the competition watchdog after they failed to send, or sent inaccurate, payment protection insurance reminders to customers.

Eddie Stobart Logistics delays results after £2m accounting error

Eddie Stobart Logistics has suspended trading of its shares on AIM, announced its CEO is to stand down with immediate effect, and is to delay publication of its interim results in the wake of the discovery of a £2m accounting error last month.

More ‘Steves’ than women are FTSE 100 CEOs

FTSE 100 CEOs are more likely to be called Stephen, or Steve, than they are to be a woman.

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