March 15 The following are the top stories in
the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and
does not vouch for their accuracy.
New BoE deputy governor Charlotte Hogg resigns after damning
Pressure is on Unilever to meet investor expectations on.ft.com/2mqfQmV
Support for Scottish independence hits record high, survey
New GSK boss to be paid less than predecessor on.ft.com/2nlDBRM
The Bank of England's new deputy governor, Charlotte Hogg,
has resigned for failing to declare a potential conflict of
interest about her brother's role at Barclays Plc which
prompted an unprecedented rebuke from Parliament.
Unilever Plc is conducting a sweeping review of the
Anglo-Dutch company that could result in a return of cash to
shareholders, medium-sized acquisitions and more aggressive cost
Support for Scottish independence is at its highest ever but
anti-EU sentiment has also reached a record high, according to a
survey by ScotCen's Scottish Social Attitudes.
Incoming GlaxoSmithKline Plc Chief Executive Emma
Walmsley will receive lower pay than long-serving predecessor
Andrew Witty, reflecting her lack of experience in the role.
(Compiled by Ismail Shakil in Bengaluru; Editing by Sandra