New public register names and shames companies over the largest shareholder revolts against executive pay.
The biggest shareholder revolt of the year in the UK over boardroom pay was at Pearson, the education group, where almost two-thirds rejected the company's remuneration report.
According to a new public register of shareholder voting, hosted by The Investment Association, Pearson saw more shareholder votes against its pay report this year, at 65.59%, than any other listed company.
Following closely was Crest Nicholson, the housebuilder, with a 58.12% vote against, and the first company of the year to
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