UK Guardian Survey: Full and part-time directors of FTSE 100 shared between them more than £1bn

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on September 13, 2009

“Executives at Britain’s top companies saw their basic salaries leap 10% last year, despite the onset of the worst global recession in decades, in which their companies lost almost a third of their value amid a record decline in the FTSE. The Guardian’s annual survey of boardroom pay reveals that the full- and part-time directors of the FTSE 100, the premier league of British business, shared between them more than £1bn.”

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