Friday, April 25, 2014

Pink ‘Un Silent on Their Own Shareholder Revolt
More Shareholders Reject Remuneration Than Barclays

This morning FT went big on yesterday’s Barclays AGM, splashing the fact that 21% shareholders voted against their remuneration packages. Today Pearson had their annual gathering and the votes are in:

Resolution 13 – to approve annual remuneration report

For: 349,696,505 (64%)

Against: 181,521,643 (33%)

Withheld: 15,000,416 (3%)

For comparison, Barclays result were 66% For; Against 21%; Withheld 13%. Legally withheld votes don’t count – so if you go for the straight yes:no Barclays was 76:24 in favour; Pearson is 66:34 in favour. Guido can’t seem to find this reported anywhere on the FT website? Perhaps they are holding it for the front page of the Weekend edition…

UPDATE: The FT’s Media correspondent is catching up as usual…

Monday, January 13, 2014

Best FT Headline Ever


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