UK: William Morrison shareholders not pushing for non-executive additions to the board
Despite rumours to the contrary, William Morrison shareholders are not pressing for the appointment of non-executive directors through an extraordinary meeting, according to Martin Ackroyd, finance director at the supermarket chain. William Morrison is the only one out of the 350 companies in the FTSE main index that does not appoint non-executives to the board.
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