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Thomas Cook cuts boss's payout after shareholders revolt

Published on Thursday 9th of February 2017 02:37:47 PM in Guardian

Thomas Cook has responded to shareholder pressure and reduced the maximum payout for its chief executive under a new long-term bonus plan, after a third of investors voted against it.In the biggest revolt, 32.7% of the travel company’s shareholders opposed its plan to pay Peter Fankhauser ...

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