'British insurance group Aviva PLC unexpectedly said Tuesday that Chief Executive Officer Andrew Moss would stand down with immediate effect, the latest U.K. CEO to leave amid investor anger over pay.Moss is the third U.K. CEO to stand down in recent weeks as a shareholder rebellion over the gap between corporate performance and pay gathers pace. Last week, the chief executives of AstraZeneca PLC and Trinity Mirror PLC also quit after investors challenged their pay.'http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20120508-713541.html'Shareholders on Tuesday handed Citigroup an embarrassing noconfidence vote on a $15 million pay package for its ChiefExecutive Vikram Pandit. About 55 percent of shareholdersrejected a plan to bring Pandit's pay back close to levelsbefore the global financial crisis.'http://www.chicagotribune.com/sns-rt-citigrouppayl2e8fijxs-2... Non-binding or not, corner offices are beginning to feel the rising storm.--------------------------------Global Gains Home Fool
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