Carphone Warehouse chief financial officer Roger Taylor has made £3.2m after
selling one million shares in the company.
Taylor sold 600,000 ordinary shares at 320 pence per share, and also
exercised options and sold a further 400,000 shares at the same price, the
company said in a statement.
This sale reduces his interest in the company to 0.097%
The group, the biggest mobile phone company in Europe, is valued at £2.8bn.
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