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Rio Tinto defends not stripping bonuses from executives who left amid Juukan Gorge outcry – The Guardian

In bid to stem shareholder anger, executive pay will now be partly based on compliance with environmental, social and governance issues

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Rio TintoIn bid to stem shareholder anger, executive pay will now be partly based on compliance with environmental, social and governance issues
Rio Tinto has defended its decision not to strip long-term bonuses from three executives, including the chief executive, who left the company following a community and shareholder backlash after the miner blew up 46,00-year-old rock shelters at Juukan Gorge in the Pilbara.
In a bid to stem shareholder anger, executives at the company will now earn part…

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