Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson got dressed up as a female flight attendant after honouring a bet he lost to Air Asia chief executive Tony Fernandes.
The chief economist at the Office for National Statistics criticises the public debate about whether the economy is a “smidgen up or down”.
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The chief executive of McDonald’s UK, Jill McDonald, on why the company is opening its burger-making plants to the public, and her own diet.
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Microsoft names Amy Hood as its new chief financial officer, the first woman to hold the post at the technology giant.
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Warren Buffett’s chief lieutenant, Charlie Munger, says Brown-Vitter won’t work.
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Paul Walsh, chief executive of the Guinness and Johnnie Walker drinks giant Diageo, is to step down, the company announces.
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Royal Bank of Scotland is “desperate” to lend £20bn to UK businesses, the bank’s chief executive has claimed.
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Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell reports a rise in first quarter profits and says chief executive Peter Voser will retire next year.
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For the purposes of Disclosure and Transparency Rules, following the Option Exercises throughout April, the Company’s total issued and admitted share capital is 136,443,812 Ordinary Shares. There are no Ordinary Shares held in treasury. The total number of voting rights in the Company will therefore be 136,443,812.