The boss of one of Britain's taxpayer-owned banks is being lined up for a bonus of up to 1.5 million pounds for last year, refusing to follow the example set by his counterparts at RBS and Barclays, who have both waived their rights to a payout. António Horta-Osório, chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group, said that the final figure would be fixed at the end of the month and insisted that the bank would be "very mindful about the general environment in the UK financial servi [5 Feb '13]
Pharmaceutical titan AstraZeneca dropped after reporting that full-year revenue fell 15 per cent due to a loss of exclusivity on several brands. The company also said that it would not buy back any shares in 2013 "in order to maintain the flexibility to invest the business". [31 Jan '13]
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