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Philip Clarke was paid £764,000 before leaving Tesco this year

Philip Clarke was paid £764,000 before leaving Tesco this year

It's expensive work getting rid of chief executives.

 

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PwC thinks older leaders and women are the most likely to be able to drive huge change.

 
 
Time to scrap long-term incentive plans

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13 May 2015

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13 May 2015

Many politicians became unemployed last week, but they don't all carry baggage that would be bad for business.

 
 
Katie Hopkins: 'Stay-at-home mums are anti-working women'

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13 May 2015

POWER MUMS: The controversial talking head thinks maternity leave should be unpaid and has had the social services checking up on her kids.

 
 
Should staff be paid extra for working on Sundays?

Should staff be paid extra for working on Sundays?

12 May 2015

Next has drawn union ire by scrapping Sunday premiums for long-term staff.

 
 
What a startup CEO's resignation-that-wasn't shows about Indian tech

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07 May 2015

The Housing.com co-founder said the board and investors were 'intellectually incapable'. Then they took him back.

 
 


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