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Volkswagen shareholders question bonuses in wake of US scandal

BUSINESS

The German company agreed to pay $4.3 billion in civil and criminal fines in a settlement with the US Department of Justice (DoJ) on Wednesday, the largest ever US penalty levied on an automaker.

Volkswagen shareholders question bonuses in wake of US scandal

By Reuters | 4 years ago

Good news for shareholders in new Companies Act

Good news for shareholders in new Companies Act

It is not uncommon for some companies to act in total disregard of shareholders’ interests, sparking sometimes long-running wrangles. But this kind of corporate impunity may become a thing of the past once the new Companies Act, 2015, becomes operational.

Dominic Omondi | 5 years ago

Wananchi Group receives Sh11.6b from shareholders

Shareholders of Wananchi Group, owners of the Zuku Fiber, Zuku pay TV and Simbanet business services brands have injected Sh11.57 billion($130 million) of additional capital in the business.

James Anyanzwa | 6 years ago

Family Bank's rights issue gets shareholder's nod

Family Bank shareholders have given it the green light to raise more funds through a rights issue – the third cash call by the bank in five years.

Standard Reporter | 6 years ago

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