Penalties for rogue directors toughened

Reckless executives face disqualification and compensation awards

Week in Review

Week in Review, April 19

Featuring Citigroup; Tesco; Google, Diageo, and Imperial Tobacco

Ukraine tensions cast shadow on art world

Russian-EU chill causes jitters ahead of UK auctions

Jury still out on Barclays’ ‘Saint Antony’

Next few weeks critical for chief’s five-year plan

Singapore uncorks Asia wine hub potential

Record sales in southeast Asia lure western merchants

Ryanair website tumbles in Google ranking

Technical issues with redesign cause it to miss key traffic

RBS pledges reform on SME borrowers

Bank to overhaul treatment of customers in financial distress

Lloyds ‘bail-in bonds’ offer accepted

Bank expects to have the right to buy the debt back at par

Blur sinks on slashed revenue estimates

Shares lose 30% as larger projects require longer sales timescale

Letter from the Editor

Financial Times statement on press regulation

RSA to sell European units for £300m

Taylor Wimpey reveals surging home prices

Inflation threathens to negate government’s affordability drive

Mulberry reverses high-end foray

Fourth profit warning in two years for British luxury goods group

Co-operative Group posts £2.5bn loss

Problems add up for mutual following ‘disastrous’ year

Activist Ader adds pressure on

New York-based investor puts forward four board nominees

China crackdown hits Diageo and Rémy

Europe’s leading distillers see Asia-Pacific sales decline

Mulberry embraces ‘affordable’ to rebuild

Luxury group shifts strategy as it warns of missing expectations

New runway would cut fares, says Heathrow

Passengers pay more because of pressure on space, study suggests

Leslau to float property assets on Aim

Sir Tom Hunter joins in push to launch Reit of major assets

Tesco chief in vow over turnround plan

Clarke’s comments to press ahead come amid 7% profit fall


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