Seven-figure pay packets for Financial Times bosses

Pearson chief executive Marjorie Scardino earned £2.3m last year, the Financial Times publisher’s annual accounts have revealed.

Scardino received a basic salary of £900,000, an annual incentive of £1.3m and allowances and benefits totalling almost £100,000. She also holds around 400,000 Pearson shares, which at today’s price are worth £2.7m.

Rona Fairhead, the FT Group chief executive, earned £1.2m.

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