A round-up of the main subjects covered as the board are asked questions on a series of matters.
Celtic shareholders had their yearly chance to grill the club's board as the 2012 Annual General Meeting.
Figures for the year ending June 30, 2012 showed a decline in turnover to £51.34m.
An increase in operating expenses of £1.93m was also in the books, as well as an overall loss in the period of £7.37m against a very slight profit the year before.
Chairman Iain Bankier and chief executive Peter Lawwell fielded questions on a number of other off-field matters.
Manager Neil Lennon was also in attendance to answer points raised over the success of his side on the pitch. STV provided full coverage of the AGM as it happened and has brought together the best pictures, tweets and updates from the meeting.