By  on May 8, 2009

PARIS — Some PPR shareholders entering the firm’s annual meeting were pelted with eggs Thursday, as about 100 employees out front voiced anger against planned job cuts at the group’s La Redoute, Fnac and Conforama chains.

Hoisting placards, one depicting a cartoon businessman grinding workers into cash, union members urged shareholders to forfeit at least some of their dividends to preserve about 1,900 jobs.

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