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Markets in Europe slid on Thursday following a turbulent day on US and Asian stock exchanges, fuelled by investor fears of a global recession.
Chief executives earned an average $17.2m each last year and their pay grew more than 1000% since 1978, survey finds.
The UK’s largest listed companies have seen their pension deficits fall by almost a third over the last year, with nearly half of schemes now running a surplus.
The Official Receiver is to announce this week that an investment arm of Turkey’s armed forces pension fund is the preferred bidder for British Steel.
Environmental NGOs are asking brokers Marsh Inc. and Aon PLC to withdraw as advisers to a proposed $2.6 billion Vietnamese coal-fired power station.