The Financial Mail on Sunday's Midas column told readers to 'buy' shares of Crossword Cybersecurity, highlighting its roll in the development of Covid-19 certificates.
Top investors in Glaxo Smith Kline are piling pressure on Dame Emma Walmsley after the activist New York hedge fund Elliott Management was revealed to have built a significant stake. Two top-20 investors in the drugs and consumer goods giant said that the chief executive’s future was in doubt after four years of disappointing performance. One top-20 investor said there was “no desire to protect her” among institutional shareholders. Another said that Walmsley, 51, should step aside after her plan to break the business in two is carried out and hand over to her lieutenant, Luke Miels.
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