(SHARECAST) ANDY HALFORD, the chief financial officer of the UK’s biggest mobile phone company Vodafone, dumped a million shares on the market this week, almost halving his stake in the company.
Halford, who took his seat on the board in 2005, sold 976,056 shares at 171.624p and 23,944 at 170.46p for a total of just over £1.7m.
Big Data software company WANdisco has appointed Erik Miller as chief financial officer and with immediate effect
The finance chief of the Daily Mail has been recruited by Rolls-Royce after a management shake-up at the engineering group has resulted in the departure of its chief financial officer
Global mining company Anglo American has appointed Stephen Pearce as finance director, following René Médori's decision to retire
Three former Tesco executives, including the former finance director of Tesco UK, have denied charges of fraud and false accounting in relation to a £326m accounting scandal at the supermarket