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The UK's corporate governance regulator said too many companies paid lip service to requirements on pay and diversity and that it was unhappy with boards' response to its improved code of standards.
G4S has agreed to provide its hostile suitor GardaWorld with details about the company after revealing the information to another unidentified potential bidder.
The president of the European commission said she could not predict whether the EU would strike a post-Brexit trade deal with the UK with little more than a month until the deadline.
Fulham Shore said it made back much of the profit lost during the first Covid-19 lockdown but warned changing government measures made the outlook too uncertain to provide guidance.
Odey Asset Management has accused Rio Tinto of destroying value through lack of action over problems at Turquoise Hill, through which Rio Tinto owns a giant copper mine in Mongolia.
AA has agreed to be bought for £219m by two private equity firms in an ignominious end to the breakdown service's six years as a public company.
John Laing said it would cut about 15% of its workforce to save £6m a year as the infrastructure investor targets higher returns under new boss Ben Loomes.
Melrose Industries said it was trading at the top of board expectations helped by a recovery in automotive markets but the company was cautious about the outlook.