This story was shared from this site

Compass Group will not be the only company to feel the loss of Richard Cousins, its chief executive who died on Sunday, writes Matthew Vincent. When, last September, Cousins announced his intention to step down as chief executive of the FTSE 100 caterer after 11 years, the FT Lombard column was not alone in suggesting others could have benefited from his food for thought. Not least Tesco, from which he had earlier resigned over an objection to its proposed Booker acquisition.

Continue reading: FT Opening Quote – Cousins gave City its compass

Facebook Comments

Social Media Auto Publish Powered By :
Read previous post:
Race for second place as Ethereum reaches new high

There is a race going on today between two cryptocurrencies for second place in the market capacity charts. Ripple and...