1. LSE Directors Should Confront Management ‘Behavioral Issues’

    LSE Directors Should Confront Management ‘Behavioral Issues’

    London Stock Exchange Group Plc’s directors should be prepared to confront “behavioral and performance issues” among management, according to a review that absolved its board of blame in the acrimonious departure of former Chief Executive Officer Xavier Rolet. Rolet abruptly left LSE in November amid a battle between the 217-year-old bourse’s board and activist investor TCI Fund Management , which wanted Rolet’s contract extended and sought to oust Chairman Donald Brydon instead...

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