10 things we learned this week

Britain's most reputable businesses, family firms' fortunes, 'restrained' CEO pay.

by Rebecca Smith

1. Following the yellow brick road has led to Lego being crowned the most reputable company in Britain for the second year on the trot.

2. Keeping it in the family is good for business.

3. Apparently the nation’s biggest firms are being positively restrained with CEO salaries. Try telling that to BP’s shareholders.

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