Corporate governance

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‘We’re in a bumpy part of the ride’ – Superdry founder on fashion’s ups and downs
Analysts are split on whether Julian Dunkerton is the answer or part of the problem for the troubled brand

Zoe Wood

16, Sep, 2023 @9:00 AM

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BP to review personal relationships between staff to root out ‘problematic’ conduct
Exclusive: oil giant to put particular focus on senior managers after shock departure of CEO Bernard Looney

Anna Isaac and Jillian Ambrose

15, Sep, 2023 @6:01 PM

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BP board faces questions over ex-CEO’s personal relations with colleagues
Sources say there was speculation about Bernard Looney’s relationships at the firm long before he became chief executive

Jillian Ambrose

13, Sep, 2023 @6:59 PM

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BP boss Bernard Looney resigns after failing to reveal relationships with colleagues
Company says he only disclosed ‘a small number of historical relationships prior to becoming CEO’

Alex Lawson

12, Sep, 2023 @7:49 PM

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Mandatory anti-slavery declarations risk becoming ‘box-ticking exercise’, say UK MPs
Exclusive: Criticism comes after it emerged ministers took assurances from one previously slavery-linked firm on trust

Peter Walker Deputy political editor

11, Sep, 2023 @11:44 AM

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NatWest plays it safe with new chairman Rick Haythornthwaite
Sir Howard Davies’ replacement has enough City experience to move bank on from Coutts fiasco

Nils Pratley

06, Sep, 2023 @5:45 PM

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NatWest names ex-Centrica boss as chair after Farage saga
Rick Haythornthwaite, who leads boardrooms of Ocado and the AA, will succeed Howard Davies

Kalyeena Makortoff Banking correspondent

06, Sep, 2023 @4:14 PM

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The spies for hire who pick the bones of corporate scandals
With offices on both sides of the Atlantic, Nardello & Co is tracking assets for the new managers of collapsed crypto exchange FTX

Anna Isaac

19, Aug, 2023 @6:00 AM

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What went wrong at Wilko?
Analysts partly blame too many large stores selling low-profit goods on dearer high street locations

Sarah Butler

04, Aug, 2023 @2:38 PM

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Etsy to ‘substantially’ cut vendors’ funds held in reserve after UK boycott
Sellers put online shops in ‘holiday mode’ after website’s move to hold back up to 75% of takings for as long as 45 days

Sarah Butler

02, Aug, 2023 @7:39 PM

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Banks with lowest savings rates to face ‘robust action’, warns UK financial watchdog
FCA gives banks four weeks to justify savings rates as it lays out 14-point plan to monitor treatment of customers

Kalyeena Makortoff Banking correspondent

31, Jul, 2023 @4:12 PM

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BT appoints Allison Kirkby as company’s first female CEO
Former boss of Swedish telecoms firm Telia to continue outgoing Philip Jansen’s cost-cutting drive

Jasper Jolly

31, Jul, 2023 @7:12 AM

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