It's a juicy bonus

October 2005
Accountancy;Oct2005, Vol. 136 Issue 1346, p144
Trade Publication
Reports on the research on the bonuses received by business executives in Great Britain. Percentage increase in executive salaries; Shares given by firms to directors; Average salary of directors.


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