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April 2015

New Zealand: Top lawyer calls for more Asians on boards, Fairfax Media

26 April 2015

Hester faces pay revolt, The Sunday Times

26 April 2015

Google boss paid £72m — plus jet, The Sunday Times

26 April 2015

Workplace rights: Gender pay gap reporting, Management Today

25 April 2015

John Lewis chairman's pay soars to £1.53m despite bonus slump, The Guardian

24 April 2015

HSBC shareholders in pay revolt over board remuneration, The Guardian

24 April 2015

Deutsche Bank tops table of wrongdoers with $2.5bn Libor fines, The Independent

24 April 2015

Tesco hires brand director to turn around scandal-plagued image, The Guardian

24 April 2015

You Can Bank On Bad Behaviour: ShareAction Asks Boards Of HSBC And Barclays To Commit To Cost-Of-Conduct Reforms, Share Action

23 April 2015

City firms could face record-breaking fines for misconduct, warns regulator, The Guardian

22 April 2015

Pret staff's free coffee for people they like: discrimination or a nice gesture?, The Guardian

22 April 2015

Wal-Mart accused of closing stores in 'retaliation' for workers demanding better pay and conditions, The Independent

22 April 2015

New Zealand: Wellington trains rife with safety mishaps, Stuff

22 April 2015

UK watchdog fines BoA's Merrill Lynch $20 million for reporting failures, Reuters

22 April 2015

Tesco's decline laid bare: The true scale of the supermarket's disastrous mismanagement, The Independent

22 April 2015

Gazprom accused of abusing its market position, The Independent

22 April 2015

Starbucks and Harris + Hoole share the dregs in ethical coffee rankings, The Guardian

21 April 2015

Supermarket 'special offers' are not so special, consumer watchdog says, The Independent

21 April 2015

Wonga dives into red after scandals and crackdown, The Telegraph

20 April 2015

Zurich admits snooping on private lives of borrowers, The Times

20 April 2015

Interest rate swap dispute heads for the courts, The Telegraph

19 April 2015

HSBC set for revolt over chief’s £7m pay, The Sunday Times

19 April 2015

Deutsche faces record Libor fine, The Sunday Times

19 April 2015

Watchdog growls at phone competitions, The Sunday Times

19 April 2015

Co-op Group: competition means we cannot fully commit to Fairtrade, The Guardian

19 April 2015

New Zealand: Police code of conduct a smokescreen, victim says, The Southland Times

18 April 2015

Hilton hotels to improve animal welfare in supply chain, Supply Management

17 April 2015

G4S chief Ashley Almanza pockets a 73% pay increase to £2.5m, The Times

17 April 2015

BP and Rio Tinto face protests over environmental record, The Guardian

16 April 2015

Brussels goes to war with Google, The Times

15 April 2015

Bank of NY Mellon in U.K. fined $185 million over custody breach, Morningstar Advisor

15 April 2015

Dubai regulator’s $8.4m fine on Deutsche Bank its largest ever, Financial Times

15 April 2015

McDonald's staff not lovin' it despite 80¢-an-hour rise, The Independent

15 April 2015

New Zealand: Is downloading really stealing? The ethics of digital piracy, The New Zealand Herald

14 April 2015

Clydesdale Bank hit with record PPI fine for 'unacceptable' staff lies, The Independent

14 April 2015

Sexual harassment: £19,500 for zero hours contract worker reluctant to report line manager for fear of losing work, Xpert HR

14 April 2015

Banks hit back at claims managers’ scattergun tactics over mis-selling, The Times

13 April 2015

Twitter cuts off data stream to British tech 'unicorn' DataSift, The Telegraph

13 April 2015

New Zealand: Concerns over Rangiora High School's principal spending, The Press

11 April 2015

French criminal inquiry into HSBC’s Swiss bank, The Times

10 April 2015

Chestertons misled buyers before float, claims ex-director, The Times

10 April 2015

Watchdog threatens Poundland’s 99p Stores bargain deal, The Times

10 April 2015

Warning over BG Group chief payoff after takeover deal, The Independent

10 April 2015

Ex-USC staff go to tribunal over layoffs, The Independent

09 April 2015

UK regulator considers strictest MiFID approach to help market abuse enforcement cases, Thomson Reuters

09 April 2015

Facebook is being sued by 25,000 people, Management Today

09 April 2015

Fair Wear Foundation launches living wage portal, Fair Wear

07 April 2015

Australia chases BHP, Rio Tinto on Singapore tax shelter, Reuters

07 April 2015

Questions over SFO funding as whistleblowers not followed up, The Times

07 April 2015

New Zealand: Lincoln University employed fraudulent consultant, The Press

07 April 2015

Starbucks to cover full cost of university fees for employees’ online degrees, The Independent

07 April 2015

SodaStream changes labelling to ‘Made in the West Bank’ following human rights complaints, The Independent

06 April 2015

Huge Profit Stokes Concerns Over Starbucks’s Tax Practices in Europe, The Wall Street Journal

06 April 2015

Toshiba shares fall after accounting probe launched, Reuters

06 April 2015

Pay Gap Between Wall Street CEOs and Employees Narrows, The Wall Street Journal

05 April 2015

Kellogg’s alarm over crackdown on tax avoidance, The Sunday Times

05 April 2015

Shame of mobile firms which cut off the elderly, The Sunday Times

05 April 2015

Kraft charged with manipulating wheat prices by US regulator, The Independent

02 April 2015

HSBC is 'cast-iron certain' to breach banking rules again, executive admits, The Guardian

02 April 2015

Facebook ‘breaks law’ to track users, The Times

02 April 2015

European regulators scrutinise Apple over music streaming plans, FT

02 April 2015

China Protests Google Security Certificate Decision, The Wall Street Journal

02 April 2015

Novartis in eye drug row, Management Today

02 April 2015

Ineos boss to sue former right-hand man for hiring 'in breach of terms', The Independent

02 April 2015

James Moore: How can the Pru justify these fat pay rewards?, The Independent

01 April 2015

Amazon's clouds are da bomb, say EU data protection watchdogs, The Register

01 April 2015

EU Lays Groundwork for Antitrust Charges Against Google, The Wall Street Journal

01 April 2015

Carol Midgley: At Windsor Castle the workers are revolting. I can see why, The Times

01 April 2015

HP in talks with Deloitte over Autonomy auditing claims, The Telegraph

01 April 2015

Quindell admits it misled investors over profitability of business it is selling in £637m deal, The Telegraph

01 April 2015

New Zealand: Sacked coffee cart worker wins $10K in compensation, Stuff

01 April 2015

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