The Sunday Telegraph: Bank’s oversight committee is set to appoint an external heavyweight to run an independent assessment.
Mail on Sunday: WPP chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell has received shares worth almost £23million as part of the advertising giant’s long-term incentive scheme.
The Independent on Sunday: Prosecco is outstripping champagne in global sales, as more consumers pop the cork on bottles of Italy’s famous sparkling wine.
Mail on Sunday: Charlie Mullins, founder of celebrity favourite Pimlico Plumbers, has ditched the £1 million dividend he received last year but increased his pay to almost £500,000; the London-based company increased its turnover for the year to 31 May 2013, by 5.4% to £18.1 million, while pre-tax profits grew from £1.1 million to £1.6 million.
The Sunday Telegraph: George Soros, the billionaire investor, has warned that German economic policy is a threat to the European Union.
The Observer: The embattled Co-operative Group faces a new storm over plans to pay its chief executive more than £3.5 million in his first year in the job, while massively boosting the salaries and bonuses of other senior staff.
Business and economics
Mail on Sunday: Leading Scottish firms are acting ahead of the referendum later this year to move operations out of the country into the rest of the UK, according to an exclusive survey.
Mail on Sunday: Upmarket estate agent Foxtons is to reveal that profits rose more than 50% last year on the back of London’s booming property market.
Mail on Sunday: Shopping channel operator Sit Up TV will ask its creditors next week to agree to a deal to write off its debts and allow it to continue broadcasting.
Mail on Sunday: Supermarket giant Morrisons will this week report its worst annual profit drop in eight years as consumers shun superstores and instead buy from convenience shops and websites.
The Sunday Telegraph: Ex Ecclestone adviser charged in F1 inquiry; Stephen Mullens, who was a close confidant of the sport’s boss Bernie Ecclestone and the lawyer for his $4 billion Bambino family trust, has been charged by German prosecutors.
Mail on Sunday: Chancellor George Osborne is being urged to shake up the system for setting the minimum wage and to announce its level for five years instead of just 12 months.
Mail on Sunday: Lloyds Banking Group paid one of its top executives £600,000 as a housing and education allowance when he joined the bank in 2011 as part of a £1.8 million ‘golden hello’.