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Ill-gotten pains

10 January 2011 By George Hay

Last year, political armtwisting and peer pressure meant none of Britain’s big banks paid their boss an annual bonus. This year the CEOs may try to tough it out. But they should all at least pledge to waive any upfront cash. Otherwise they risk ending up with nothing again.

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