Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley faces the prospect of an embarrassing shareholder revolt this week with investors set to admonish the firm over corporate governance failures. Two influential
Mike Ashley faces kicking from investors over failings at Sports Direct. Shareholder groups are recommending a vote against his re-election as chief executive, though vote will have little impact
Mike Ashley faces kicking from investors over failings at Sports Direct. Chronicle Live – 13:22 PM GMT 2018 Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct has sacked all House of Fraser Exactly what Ryan Giggs thinks about Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey’s future amid Liverpool and Barcelona interest Wales boss Giggs has had his say on Ramsey’s uncertain
News > Business > Business News Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley faces further revolt over his leadership. The report is the latest news to highlight disquiet from investors over Ashley’s
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley at fault for ‘appalling’ factory work conditions “And Mike Ashley, as the face of Sports Direct, must be held accountable for these failings.” Sports Direct Boss Faces Select Committee Over Poor Working Conditions.
Video ansehen · Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley ‘vomited into fireplace after drinking 12 pints plus chasers at meeting’ said the case concerned an agreement “over a heavy drinking session at a pub”.
For this to occur in the UK in 2016 is a serious indictment of the management at Sports Direct and Mike Ashley, as the face of Sports Direct, must be held accountable for these failings.
The founder of Sports Direct, Mike Ashley, is taking over as chief executive of the troubled sports retailer, after the resignation of Dave Forsey. The surprise move for Ashley to take a more
The Sports Direct billionaire today paid £90million for the department store – minutes after it was plunged into administration – and pledged to make it the ‘Harrods of the high street’.
Sports Direct agrees to compensate warehouse workers paid less than minimum wage Impassioned boss Mike Ashley accepts docking pay for being late was “unacceptable” Ashley …