G4S boss who oversaw botched Olympics contract lands bigger pay packet for 2012 deposit firm"s 88m loss on London games

G4S boss who oversaw botched Olympics contract lands bigger pay packet for 2012 despite firm's 88m loss on London gamesG4S chief executive Nick Buckles paid 1.19m, up 170,000 on last yearCompany lost 88m in Olympics fiasco when they failed to provide security , following million pound losses during the Games. G4S boss Nick Buckles was paid a total 1.19million in 2012, up 170,000 on his 2011 paycheck, despite the company nursing an 88million loss on the London 2012 contract. The security giant failed to provide the 10,400 guards needed during this summer's main event and the military was forced to step in

RBS braces for fresh row over bankers" bonus pot

Taxpayer-owned Royal Bank of Scotland setting aside 250m for bonuses… despite facing a 500m fine for rigging Libor rates Bank under pressure to claw back 4m in shares owed to John HouricanHead of the investment bank expected to leave shortly in restructuringRBS 'planning to pay 250m bonuses – 21,000 per employee on average' in the wake of the IT glitch. He could have got 2.4m on top of his 1.2m salary but has now waived his bonus in three of the past four years since taking over at the bank after its 45bn bailout by the taxpayer

Britain"s gender pay gap: Mothers who work full-time earn 21% less than men

Britain's gender pay gap: Mothers who work full-time earn 21% less than menStudy reveals the true extent of the gender pay gap in BritainWorking mothers in full-time employment paid 21 per cent less than men Women without children also paid 7 per cent less than men in full-time jobsBritish childcare also costs much more than in most other countries | UPDATED: 02:13 GMT, 18 December 2012 Enlarge Gender gap: Working mothers earn 21% less than men the report says, while the cost of childcare can almost wipe out the benefit of returning to work Mothers who work full-time earn 21 per cent less than men, a report revealed yesterday. But even women without children are victims of Britain’s gender pay gap. On average, they earn 7 per cent less than men in full-time jobs, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said