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Financial Times CEO John Ridding returns ‘anomalous’ pay rise after reporters protest

Financial Times Chief Executive John Ridding is to pay back about a quarter of his 2.6 million (US$3.3 million) salary after a group of the newspaper s reporters complained about his latest pay rise. Steve Bird, joint head of the National Union of Journalists at the newspaper, wrote to FT editors and journalists this month saying Ridding s pay was absurdly high and calling for him to give some back to help those on lower salaries. Ridding said in an email to staff that his...

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