Revised U.K. governance code gives workers more of a voice

The U.K.’s corporate governance regulator on Monday announced a series of changes to improve public trust in large companies following criticism that boards are still too interested in fat-cat pay deals and short-term goals, and investors are too sleepy or timid to exert proper influence.

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