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Regulators have pushed the sector to behave more like utilities, but similarities only go so far
Between September and March just 24.7% of new roles filled went to women
Full transcript of the latest FT City Network debate
News of chief’s departure set to intensify speculation about break-up of pharma group
UK drugmaker has consulted large shareholders on replacing chief executive
Why not set targets for the minimum number of women in the top salary range?
The Women’s Equality party enjoys rising popularity but has yet to be tested at the ballot box
UK’s corporate governance code is one way to focus minds on meeting targets
2016 will be critical for UK pharma groups’ divergent strategies
Some of Europe’s biggest banks have recruited chief executives externally
Group general counsel’s exit after year comes as state-owned bank braced for US subprime fine
Chilly reception and political risks of UK deal overcame US group’s appetite for ‘inversion’ deal
In the workplace, can one person really be valued at an enormous multiple of another?
Stern on Boards
Chancellor takes political risk by starting to sell government stake at a loss
Bank claims that £10bn charges reduced value for shareholders and taxpayers
Chairman leaves bank in healthier state after tackling its losses and scandals
UK banks forced to hive off retail and small business operations, says Sir Philip
Shareholders willing for now to allow chief executive to carry out contentious turnround plan
Push for greater diversity yet to achieve widespread cultural change
Relief and enthusiasm at Tory majority, but concern at EU referendum
Hampton issues public vote of confidence in Whitty but acknowledges weak performance
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