Barclays sacks boss Antony Jenkins in row over strategy

Antony Jenkins, the chief executive of Barclays, has been fired after falling out with the board over the bank's cost cutting and profitability.

Board members are believed to have wanted bigger cost cuts and more focus on the investment bank's performance.

Chairman John McFarlane said the bank needed to become more efficient: "What we need is profit improvement. Barclays is not efficient. We are cumbersome." READ MORE OF THIS STORY

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