Virgin Media should pay up and shut up in wake of Ofcom fine

CEO Tom Mockridge says £7m penalty is "not justified, proportionate or reasonable"

Golden boy Rico Back has little time to solve Royal Mail's problems

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Lidl says staff will get Living Wage but isn't a Living Wage employer

To obtain accreditation from the Living Wage Foundation, like Ikea, Lush and Burberry, Lidl would have to ensure outsourced staff get the living wage as well as those it employs directly 

The Living Wage could help the Government achieve its economic aims

Getting money into the pockets of low paid workers boosts the economy. It also benefits employers, as those which have signed up to the voluntary Living Wage scheme regularly testify 


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Ryanair investors square up for second fight over chairman Bonderman

The LAPFF has filed a motion calling for the replacement of the low-cost carrier's long-serving chair and for it to set out succession plans for CEO Michael O’Leary

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Persimmon chief’s meltdown shows the value of good PR advice

Comment: PRs may have to force their way in, to fight to be heard, but they must – their job is to help, not please, says Chris Blackhurst


RBS still shooting itself in the foot ten years on from its £45bn bai

CEO Ross McEwan has been touring TV studios to tell the world that it could be another ten years before its reputation is restored. Part of the reason for that is the decisions he's been making