Reuters could face another backlash from shareholders this year as a result of rising salaries and remuneration packages for its top management despite continuing falls in revenues.
However, investors may be mollified by the strong performance of the vendor's share price in the past 12 months, which has risen from just over £1 on the London Stock Exchange a year ago to just under £4 last week, having peaked above the £4 mark in February.
Last year, industry associations were openly critical of
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