REVIEW: Reuters chairman facing calls from shareholders

The Reuters chairman, Sir Christopher Hogg, is facing calls from some of the company's biggest shareholders to name the date that he will retire. Hogg has been the chairman of the under-performing media group for the past 18 years. The move coincides with a row over a £612,000 bonus awarded to the chief executive, Tom Glocer, in a year during which Reuters reported a £493 million loss and saw its share price collapse. - The Sunday Times.