'Welcome news': Fashion retailer Boohoo to link executive pay to sustainability goals

Michael Holder
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The fashion retailer's brands include Oasis, Burton, Dorothy Perkins and Debenhams | Credit: Boohoo
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The fashion retailer's brands include Oasis, Burton, Dorothy Perkins and Debenhams | Credit: Boohoo

Online and high street clothing brand bows to pressure from shareholders and MPs after criticism of its environmental and labour practices

Fashion retailer Boohoo has bowed to pressure from shareholders and MPs to enhance its sustainability efforts, this week announcing plans to link the pay of its executive team to the achievement of its...

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