A meeting of shareholders at financial group, Fortis, descended into chaos when shoes and a voting machine were thrown at the firm's chairman and chief executive.
Angry shareholders forced the adjournment of an extraordinary meeting in Ghent, held to vote on the controversial sale of the now-nationalised Belgian arm of Fortis for a fraction of its once €40bn (£36bn) value. Investors demanded the resignation of the entire board.IFAonline
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