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    1. December 11, 2011

      TNK-BP warned on legal action

      Two of the independent directors in TNK-BP, the Russian joint venture of BP, warned the board that legal action by the...

    2. December 16, 2010

      Leng’s never-say-die spirit

      As the Cabinet Office releases new Whitehall board members, justice ministry civil servants might want to don their tin...

    1. Westminster Blog

      December 15, 2010

      Full list of new Whitehall non-execs from the business world

      The announcement has just gone out about the business leaders who will now sit on Whitehall boards. Lord Browne,...

    2. February 13, 2010

      Beware of the dog

      Esrtwhile Cadbury chairman Roger Carr showed a sense of humour amid the serious debate about his capitulation to the...

    3. November 20, 2009

      Show of unity gives TNK-BP chance to focus on resources

      "This company is getting normalised," says Jim Leng, the former chairman of Corus who is now an independent director...

    4. November 19, 2009

      TNK-BP set to extend Russian partner's tenure as interim chief

      TNK-BP, the oil joint venture between BPand a group of Russian tycoons, is likely to be led by Mikhail Fridman, one of...

    5. October 24, 2009

      Krug and kudos

      A stellar cast of City names that could be dropped right into the next Mrs Moneypenny column gathered to raise a glass...

    6. July 21, 2009

      Temasek / Chip Goodyear

      Pity Ho Ching. The chief executive of Singapore’s state investment agency, having presided over a grisly year, was due...

    7. June 6, 2009

      More to mine from Rio

      The increase in Rio Tinto's shares on yesterday's formal announcement of its $15.2bn rights issue suggests...

    8. June 5, 2009

      Rio investors can start celebrating a famous victory

      Shareholders must be starting to feel the same about Rio Tinto's directors as Winston Churchill felt about the...

    9. June 4, 2009

      Rio investors can start celebrating a famous victory

      Shareholders must be starting to feel the same about Rio Tinto’s directors as Winston Churchill felt about the...

    10. May 9, 2009

      BP future alumni

      Could the short-listed candidates for the BP chairman's job have been in the crowd at the company's centenary...

    11. March 18, 2009

      Du Plessis to be Rio chairman

      Rio Tinto turned to a relative newcomer to the mining industry to become its chairman as it tries to win over investors...

    12. March 18, 2009

      Du Plessis must sell China deal to sceptics

      His predecessor is leaving under a cloud. His predecessor-designate lasted only three weeks in the job. If Paul...

    13. March 18, 2009

      Rio Tinto names BAT executive du Plessis as its next chairman

      Rio Tinto yesterday turned to a relative newcomer to the mining industry to become its chairman as it tries to win...

    14. March 18, 2009

      Diplomacy is best weapon of Rio's new chairman

      His predecessor is leaving under a cloud. His predecessor-designate lasted only three weeks in the job. If Paul...

    15. March 18, 2009

      BAT executive named as Rio chairman

      Rio Tinto yesterday turned to a relative newcomer to the mining industry to become its chairman as it tries to win...

    16. March 17, 2009

      Du Plessis must sell Rio China deal to sceptics

      His predecessor is leaving under a cloud. His predecessor-designate lasted only three weeks in the job. If Paul...

    17. March 6, 2009

      Leng ta-ta to Corus

      As he quits the chairman's role at Corus, Jim Leng is becoming increasingly free for the big board role that awaits if...

    18. February 20, 2009

      Non-exec at large

      With some investors keen on Jim Leng returning to Rio Tinto, headhunter Anna Mann may instead want to consider the man...

    19. February 20, 2009

      Australian investors add voices to Rio deal criticism

      Discontent among Rio Tinto shareholders has spread as its Australian investors raise their voices in opposition to a...

    20. February 19, 2009

      Australian investors join Rio revolt

      Discontent among Rio Tinto shareholders has spread as its Australian investors raise their voices in opposition to a...

    21. February 17, 2009

      Clock ticks in BP race to pick chairman

      BP, having searched for a new chairman for 18 months, BPnow has to find one in as many weeks. Its severe case of...

    22. February 17, 2009

      Big groups face growing succession problems

      Having searched for a new chairman for 18 months, BP now has to find one in as many weeks. Its severe case of...

    23. February 17, 2009

      BP's field is narrowing in its search for new chairman

      Succession planning is not BP's forte. The selection process to replace Lord Browne as chief executive probably came...

    24. February 17, 2009

      Finding new chairmen

      It is hard to get good help nowadays. That, at least, is what shareholders are told when it comes to finding new...

    25. February 17, 2009

      Clock ticks in BP race to pick chairman

      BP, having searched for a new chairman for 18 months, BPnow has to find one in as many weeks. Its severe case of...

    26. February 16, 2009

      Clock ticks in BP race to pick chairman

      BP, having searched for a new chairman for 18 months, now has to find one in as many weeks. Its severe case of...

    27. February 16, 2009

      BP’s field is narrowing in its search for new chairman

      Succession planning is not BP’s forte. The selection process to replace Lord Browne as chief executive probably came up...

    28. February 16, 2009

      Wanted: foreign chairmen

      It is hard to get good help nowadays. That, at least, is what shareholders are told when it comes to finding new...

    29. February 16, 2009

      Tough times are just beginning at Rio

      The past fortnight has been tumultuous for Rio Tinto. The mining group has lost Jim Leng, its incoming chairman, who...

    30. February 14, 2009

      Tough times are only just beginning for Rio

      The past fortnight has been tumultuous for Rio Tinto. The mining group has lost Jim Leng, its incoming chairman, who...

    31. February 13, 2009

      Unanimous Rio

      Rio Tinto chairman Paul Skinner almost skirted the elephant in the room - losing successor Jim Leng last week - but...

    32. February 13, 2009

      Plea on pre-emption rights ignored

      Paul Skinner, chairman of Rio Tinto, is no longer the favourite he was with investors, writes Kate Burgess . Many are...

    33. February 12, 2009

      Rio directors in the line of fire

      Paul Skinner chairman of Rio Tinto, is no longer the favourite he once was with investors. Many are furious with him...

    34. FT Alphaville

      February 12, 2009

      Rio spreads no joy Down Under

      It’s official: Chinese state-owned aluminium group Chinalco on Thursday sealed the biggest overseas investment by a...

    35. February 12, 2009

      Rio Tinto to gain $19.5bn cash injection from China's Chinalco

      Troubled mining group Rio Tinto is today set to unveil a $19.5bn cash injection from Chinese state-owned Chinalco in a...

    36. February 12, 2009

      Rio to gain$19bn cash injection from China

      Troubled mining group Rio Tinto is today set to unveil a $19.5bn (£13.5bn) cash injection from Chinese state-owned...

    37. February 12, 2009

      Rio Tinto/Chinalco

      Rio Tinto will today present a rescue plan devised by Chinalco, the Chinese state-controlled aluminium company. The...

    38. February 11, 2009

      Rio Tinto/Chinalco

      Rio Tinto will on Thursday present a rescue plan devised by Chinalco, the Chinese state-controlled aluminium company....

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