Olins, Rufus; Gwyther, Matthew
August 2001
Management Today;Aug2001, p10
Trade Publication
Editorial. Comments on the high paying salaries of senior executives in Great Britain. Index of companies in Europe provided by Wall Street Journal; Pressure from investors on executives; Effects of long working hours to married couples.


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