No surprise really, but Darty got spanked on the vote on its remuneration yesterday, as well as losing its chief executive. It's a record year - woohoo - for remuneration report defeats however you cut it.
The ones I know of - Aviva, Cairn Energy, Centamin, Central Rand Gold, Darty, Pendragon, Plus Markets and WPP.
Also we know the average vote against is up a fair bit on last year, and some big votes are still coming through.
Clearly some shareholders have toughened up this year, though if you look into the data in detail a few of the big houses still only oppose a fraction of companies.