The comments in an open letter said that management had "significantly underperformed" and had increased remuneration was not "deserved".
However, yesterday sources close to the company raised doubts over the strength of support for Sandell's case, saying that not a single other shareholder had yet publicly backed the criticism.
Sandell has forcefully argued since last December that
Last year, 30 per cent of shareholders voted against
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