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Fatcat bosses and the Daily Mirror’s shareholder problem

by | 4th, January 2017

Who is the “Fattest of Fat Cats”. The Mirror leads with news that he’s banker Horta Osario. He earns £8.7m a year. But he’s just one of the “fatcat FTSE bosses”[who] will have raked in £28,200 each in 2017 the same as the average worker will earn on the whole year.” The Mirror lists the fatsos raking in the dough. We see again Osorio (Lloyds Bank), Tony Pidgley (he founded “house building giant” Berkeley and is paid £23.3 million a year) and Jeremy Darroch (the £16.9m-a-year chief executive of Sky plc) and more.

 

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The Mirror does not show that chief executive Simon Fox saw total pay and benefits for the year [2015] rise to £2,349,000, compared with £1,678,000 in 2014″.

In 2012, the Guardian reported:

Trinity Mirror boss Simon Fox awarded £1.2m in less than four months – Newspaper publisher chief executive’s salary, benefits and shares were awarded between 10 September and end of 2012

His wage is above average.

On page 2, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady (the Mail says

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