Financial Times Boss Returns Pay Rise After Staff Backlash

The chief executive of the Financial Times has returned a substantial part of his £2.6m pay packet after a backlash from reporters who argued his high income was unjustified.

Staff had been due to hold a union meeting on Wednesday afternoon to discuss John Ridding’s pay, arguing that it had risen by 442% since he joined the company in 2006.

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