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Scoop.co.nz
Major study on geothermal potential to get underway in Maythe balance will come through in the coming months. The lead funder is Developm
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 8 hours ago
the balance will come through in the coming months. The lead funder is Development West Coast. Chief Executive Chris Mackenzie said ”the Trustees deemed this to be a worthwhile project to be involved with. It is critical that DWC looks at all... Read more
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Columbia Star
Public Notices | www.thecolumbiastar.com | Columbia StarNOTICE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF RICHLAND IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Columbia Star / Posted 13 hours ago
NOTICE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF RICHLAND IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS C/A NO. 2017-CP- 40-07046 Ditech Financial LLC, Plaintiff vs. John V. Shuford, Sr. aka John V. Shuford, Palmetto Health d/ b/ a Palmetto Health Richland, and... Read more
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The Morning Call
Wake-up Call: Pa.'s congressional map is back at SCOTUS; Metcalfe scoffs at student gun control activistsin the calendar: pointing out the perceived flaws of their opponents. Republic
The Morning Call / Posted 17 hours ago
in the calendar: pointing out the perceived flaws of their opponents. Republican Marty Nothstein is hitting opponent Ryan Mackenzie for Mackenzie’s decision to circulate petitions for his current 134th District state House seat as well as the open... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
200 Properties Auctioned Monthly- an indicator that the economy remains stuck in the doldrums despite the best
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 hours ago
- an indicator that the economy remains stuck in the doldrums despite the best efforts of the mandarins managing Uganda's financial affairs, writes ALON MWESIGWA. N-Bridge hotel is an imposing facility perched atop Namirembe hill in the capital,... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Oil's dream to grow in plastics dims as companies turn to plant-based packagingmuch like recycling can erode overall virgin plastics demand," said Pieterjan V
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
much like recycling can erode overall virgin plastics demand," said Pieterjan Van Uytvanck, a senior consultant at Wood Mackenzie, a research group focused on the oil industry. "It will become a larger portion of the supply." Moviegoers... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Denial of catering licence at art gallery a short-sighted policyown examples, is that companies are likely to be able to invest more in product
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
own examples, is that companies are likely to be able to invest more in productivity and in the improvement of their own financial health. This is all part of attracting more investment to Australia. The overall result is broad-based benefits... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Denial of catering licence at art gallery a short-sighted policyown examples, is that companies are likely to be able to invest more in product
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
own examples, is that companies are likely to be able to invest more in productivity and in the improvement of their own financial health. This is all part of attracting more investment to Australia. The overall result is broad-based benefits... Read more
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Adelaide Now
BHP lifts payout as prices boost profitprices boost profits. The resources giant will deliver $US2.9 billion in divid
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
prices boost profits. The resources giant will deliver $US2.9 billion in dividends for the first half of the 2016/17 financial year, lifting its interim dividend by 38 per cent from a year earlier, and paying 17 US cents per share above its... Read more
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WA Today
'Very risky indeed': BHP's Mackenzie gears for Elliott clashBHP boss Andrew Mackenzie will be caucusing his major shareholders over the com
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
BHP boss Andrew Mackenzie will be caucusing his major shareholders over the coming weeks about the push by activist shareholder Elliott Partners to collapse the mining company’s dual listed company structure. But he has fallen well short of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: NAB's cost-cutting illustrates the fallacy behind company tax pushthe PM's fantasy: Pocket the extra money as dividends, some of which would exit
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
the PM's fantasy: Pocket the extra money as dividends, some of which would exit Australia. Strengthen the corporation's financial base by reducing debt. Modernise — buy new equipment, adopt new technology. Have a holiday. Expand by taking over... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Very risky indeed': BHP's Mackenzie gears for Elliott clashBHP boss Andrew Mackenzie will be caucusing his major shareholders over the com
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
BHP boss Andrew Mackenzie will be caucusing his major shareholders over the coming weeks about the push by activist shareholder Elliott Partners to collapse the mining company’s dual listed company structure. But he has fallen well short of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: NAB's cost-cutting illustrates the fallacy behind company tax pushthe PM's fantasy: Pocket the extra money as dividends, some of which would exit
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
the PM's fantasy: Pocket the extra money as dividends, some of which would exit Australia. Strengthen the corporation's financial base by reducing debt. Modernise — buy new equipment, adopt new technology. Have a holiday. Expand by taking over... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Very risky indeed': BHP's Mackenzie gears for Elliott clashBHP boss Andrew Mackenzie will be caucusing his major shareholders over the com
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
BHP boss Andrew Mackenzie will be caucusing his major shareholders over the coming weeks about the push by activist shareholder Elliott Partners to collapse the mining company’s dual listed company structure. But he has fallen well short of... Read more
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Gulf News
BHP boosts dividend as half-year profit jumps 25%from the commodity crash two years ago look to cut debt and reward investors ra
Gulf News / Posted 2 days ago
from the commodity crash two years ago look to cut debt and reward investors rather than spend.Chief Executive Andrew Mackenzie said the miner expected to boost free cash flow to around $7 billion in the second half, up from $5 billion in the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
BHP blames US corporate tax cuts for profit slidecorporate tax rate was cut from 35 per cent to 21 per cent after it passed thro
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
corporate tax rate was cut from 35 per cent to 21 per cent after it passed through the US Congress in December. BHP chief financial officer Peter Beaven said the reduction in US company tax rates would be a big benefit for the company. "I think... Read more
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WA Today
BHP rewards investors with $3.7b payday as profit jumps 25%dividend, at US55 cents a share, is up 38 per cent on the interim dividend for
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
dividend, at US55 cents a share, is up 38 per cent on the interim dividend for fiscal 2017. All smiles - BHP boss Andrew Mackenzie Photo: Scott McNaughton BHP resisted pressure from activist investor Elliott Management to announce an independent... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
BHP rewards investors with $3.7b payday as profit jumps 25%dividend, at US55 cents a share, is up 38 per cent on the interim dividend for
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
dividend, at US55 cents a share, is up 38 per cent on the interim dividend for fiscal 2017. All smiles - BHP boss Andrew Mackenzie Photo: Scott McNaughton BHP resisted pressure from activist investor Elliott Management to announce an independent... Read more
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News.com.au
BHP’s profit slides due to US tax changesper cent from a year earlier to $US21.8 billion, driven by stronger iron ore, c
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
per cent from a year earlier to $US21.8 billion, driven by stronger iron ore, coal and oil prices. Chief executive Andrew Mackenzie said higher commodity prices and a solid operating performance had delivered $US49 billion in free cash flow for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
BHP half year profits jumps 25 per cent to $US4.1 billiondividend, at US55 cents per share, is up 38 per cent on the interim dividend fo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
dividend, at US55 cents per share, is up 38 per cent on the interim dividend for fiscal 2017. All smiles - BHP boss Andrew Mackenzie Photo: Scott McNaughton The key numbers in BHP’s December half results told a strong story, as the global miner... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
BHP's profits have slipped but the dividends are gushingup from 40 US cents last year. The dividend is 17 US cents a share above the 5
Business Insider Australia / Posted 3 days ago
up from 40 US cents last year. The dividend is 17 US cents a share above the 50% minimum payout policy. CEO Andrew Mackenzie says higher commodity prices and a solid operating performance delivered free cash flow of $US4.9 billion. “We... Read more
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Canberra Times
Who are the next oil and gas M&A targets?of gas and could produce around 30 terajoules a day, with first gas expected ne
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
of gas and could produce around 30 terajoules a day, with first gas expected next year. Senex’s guidance for the 2018 financial year is between 750,000 and 900,000 barrels of oil equivalent. Potential targets should also have growth... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Who are the next oil and gas M&A targets?of gas and could produce around 30 terajoules a day, with first gas expected ne
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
of gas and could produce around 30 terajoules a day, with first gas expected next year. Senex’s guidance for the 2018 financial year is between 750,000 and 900,000 barrels of oil equivalent. Potential targets should also have growth... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Real-estate transactions: Feb. 16, 2018Hanna City, Benjamin A. and Sarah C. Raper to Daniel C. and Raylynn A. Sahm, $2
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 6 days ago
Hanna City, Benjamin A. and Sarah C. Raper to Daniel C. and Raylynn A. Sahm, $205,000. 10708 N. Alex Drive, Peoria, Cartus Financial Corp. to Takisha M. Dailey, $239,000. 10703 N. Glenfield Drive, Dunlap, Riley J. and Svenja Kerestes to Cartus... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
Cañon City Area Recreation and Park District : Key facts, stats of trail extension projectroute options, challenges and opportunities, as well as design and development
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 6 days ago
route options, challenges and opportunities, as well as design and development of the pedestrian and bicycle trail, was the financial stimulus to move the initial phase of this project forward. The following are some key statistics and facts... Read more
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Columbia Star
Public Notices | www.thecolumbiastar.com | Columbia StarATTORNEYS FOR PETITIONER 17 CVD 14270 (JPC) TOBY BEEMER, Plaintiff, vs. KRISTE
Columbia Star / Posted 7 days ago
ATTORNEYS FOR PETITIONER 17 CVD 14270 (JPC) TOBY BEEMER, Plaintiff, vs. KRISTEN KITCHENS, MacKENZIE FRYAR SPENCER KITCHENS, Defendants. TO: KRISTEN KITCHENS, MacKENZIE FRYAR and SPENCER KITCHENS, the abovenamed... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Sports briefs: volleyball, basketball, hockeywill be Wednesday, Feb. 21, in Wallaceburg. Midget hockey playoffs Blake Free
Sarnia Observer / Posted 8 days ago
will be Wednesday, Feb. 21, in Wallaceburg. Midget hockey playoffs Blake Freer scored four goals and set up one as Plater Financial beat Electrozad 8-6 in the Sarnia Hockey Association midget tier 2 playoffs Sunday. Drake Earle added a goal and... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Latest Hamilton County Jail Booking Report37406 Age at Arrest: 27 years old Arresting Agency: Hamilton County CONTEMPT
The Chattanoogan / Posted 9 days ago
37406 Age at Arrest: 27 years old Arresting Agency: Hamilton County CONTEMPT OF COURT CONTEMPT OF COURT SUIT, CALEB MACKENZIE 6383 BEARDEN LANE BIRCHWOOD, 37308 Age at Arrest: 25 years old Arresting Agency: Chattanooga DRIVING ON... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The UK decision that made a Lake Macquarie man cheerIT was the birthday gift of a lifetime for Lake Macquarie man Charles MacKenzie
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
IT was the birthday gift of a lifetime for Lake Macquarie man Charles MacKenzie, when embattled United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May ordered an inquiry on Tuesday into the “tainted blood” scandal. Ms May would not have heard it, but on the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
A bloody-minded silenceCHARLES MacKenzie has waited a long time for the Australian Government to say s
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
CHARLES MacKenzie has waited a long time for the Australian Government to say sorry. Long wait: Charles MacKenzie has fought governments, health bureaucrats and blood providers for years after up to 20,000 Australians knowingly received "tainted... Read more
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Western Advocate
A bloody-minded silenceCHARLES MacKenzie has waited a long time for the Australian Government to say s
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
CHARLES MacKenzie has waited a long time for the Australian Government to say sorry. Long wait: Charles MacKenzie has fought governments, health bureaucrats and blood providers for years after up to 20,000 Australians knowingly received "tainted... Read more
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Western Advocate
The UK decision that made a Lake Macquarie man cheerIT was the birthday gift of a lifetime for Lake Macquarie man Charles MacKenzie
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
IT was the birthday gift of a lifetime for Lake Macquarie man Charles MacKenzie, when embattled United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May ordered an inquiry on Tuesday into the “tainted blood” scandal. Ms May would not have heard it, but on the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The UK decision that made a Lake Macquarie man cheerIT was the birthday gift of a lifetime for Lake Macquarie man Charles MacKenzie
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
IT was the birthday gift of a lifetime for Lake Macquarie man Charles MacKenzie, when embattled United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May ordered an inquiry on Tuesday into the “tainted blood” scandal. Ms May would not have heard it, but on the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
A bloody-minded silenceCHARLES MacKenzie has waited a long time for the Australian Government to say s
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
CHARLES MacKenzie has waited a long time for the Australian Government to say sorry. Long wait: Charles MacKenzie has fought governments, health bureaucrats and blood providers for years after up to 20,000 Australians knowingly received "tainted... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The UK decision that made a Lake Macquarie man cheerIT was the birthday gift of a lifetime for Lake Macquarie man Charles MacKenzie
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
IT was the birthday gift of a lifetime for Lake Macquarie man Charles MacKenzie, when embattled United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May ordered an inquiry on Tuesday into the “tainted blood” scandal. Ms May would not have heard it, but on the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
A bloody-minded silenceCHARLES MacKenzie has waited a long time for the Australian Government to say s
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
CHARLES MacKenzie has waited a long time for the Australian Government to say sorry. Long wait: Charles MacKenzie has fought governments, health bureaucrats and blood providers for years after up to 20,000 Australians knowingly received "tainted... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Anger over support for Barnaby Joyce to stay in rolein which children are abused, the RSL charities, how young people are treated i
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
in which children are abused, the RSL charities, how young people are treated in the Northern Territory, and now banks and financial institutions. At the end there are debates over how to get more than a smidgen of money out of the institutions.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Argument on climate change can produce outrageous outcomes to expect that inanimate coal could do without water for a month or two, saving
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
to expect that inanimate coal could do without water for a month or two, saving the agricultural sector. Douglas Mackenzie, DeakinBring refugees here If ever there was reason to remove Australia from the UN Human Rights body the... Read more
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Motley Fool
2 blue-chip shares I’d buy after the market crashmulti-year highs of just over $32. While praising BHP’s performance in its fir
Motley Fool / Posted 11 days ago
multi-year highs of just over $32. While praising BHP’s performance in its first half FY18 operational review, CEO Andrew Mackenzie forecast even better results to come over the full year. He stated “the momentum we’ve built across the wider... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Australian Target Systems misses the mark on Sydney siege factsinterstate for medical treatment not available in the ACT can apply to the Inte
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
interstate for medical treatment not available in the ACT can apply to the Interstate Patient Travel Assistance Scheme for financial assistance to help cover travel and accommodation expenses. While this will not be an option for everyone, local... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Australian Target Systems misses the mark on Sydney siege factsinterstate for medical treatment not available in the ACT can apply to the Inte
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
interstate for medical treatment not available in the ACT can apply to the Interstate Patient Travel Assistance Scheme for financial assistance to help cover travel and accommodation expenses. While this will not be an option for everyone, local... Read more
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Columbia Star
Public Notices | www.thecolumbiastar.com | Columbia StarATTORNEYS FOR PETITIONER 17 CVD 14270 (JPC) TOBY BEEMER, Plaintiff, vs. KRISTE
Columbia Star / Posted 14 days ago
ATTORNEYS FOR PETITIONER 17 CVD 14270 (JPC) TOBY BEEMER, Plaintiff, vs. KRISTEN KITCHENS, MacKENZIE FRYAR SPENCER KITCHENS, Defendants. TO: KRISTEN KITCHENS, MacKENZIE FRYAR and SPENCER KITCHENS, the abovenamed... Read more
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WA Today
AGL's stellar profit greeted with worst share price since 2016of wholesale, particularly electricity, offset by a challenging customer market
WA Today / Posted 14 days ago
of wholesale, particularly electricity, offset by a challenging customer markets performance," Mr Johnston said. Wood Mackenzie principal oil and gas lead Saul Kavonic said the market response to AGL's results was fairly muted, which has only... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Sorry Minister, but your priorities for roads are simply your failingsof the majority of people, the increasingly evident economic unviability of the
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
of the majority of people, the increasingly evident economic unviability of the mine and Adani's being unable to secure financial backing, as mooted in the report "Obscure agency in $3.8b arms deal" (February 5, p4). Douglas Mackenzie,... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Sorry Minister, but your priorities for roads are simply your failingsof the majority of people, the increasingly evident economic unviability of the
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
of the majority of people, the increasingly evident economic unviability of the mine and Adani's being unable to secure financial backing, as mooted in the report "Obscure agency in $3.8b arms deal" (February 5, p4). Douglas Mackenzie,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Sorry Minister, but your priorities for roads are simply your failingsof the majority of people, the increasingly evident economic unviability of the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
of the majority of people, the increasingly evident economic unviability of the mine and Adani's being unable to secure financial backing, as mooted in the report "Obscure agency in $3.8b arms deal" (February 5, p4). Douglas Mackenzie,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Slater and Gordon downsizes, jobs expected to goat the company who stepped into the role after the departure of former chief An
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
at the company who stepped into the role after the departure of former chief Andrew Grech. Slater and Gordon has been financially stricken after its disastrous $1 billion acquisition of a troubled UK group. The number of jobs to go at Slater... Read more
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WA Today
Slater and Gordon downsizes, jobs expected to goat the company who stepped into the role after the departure of former chief An
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
at the company who stepped into the role after the departure of former chief Andrew Grech. Slater and Gordon has been financially stricken after its disastrous $1 billion acquisition of a troubled UK group. The number of jobs to go at Slater... Read more
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The Age
Slater and Gordon downsizes, jobs expected to goat the company who stepped into the role after the departure of former chief An
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
at the company who stepped into the role after the departure of former chief Andrew Grech. Slater and Gordon has been financially stricken after its disastrous $1 billion acquisition of a troubled UK group. The number of jobs to go at Slater... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Slater and Gordon downsizes, jobs expected to goat the company who stepped into the role after the departure of former chief An
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
at the company who stepped into the role after the departure of former chief Andrew Grech. Slater and Gordon has been financially stricken after its disastrous $1 billion acquisition of a troubled UK group. The number of jobs to go at Slater... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
Girls and women in sports and fitness award winners for 2018taught band and vocal music for a dozen years and later worked 26 years for Goo
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted 16 days ago
taught band and vocal music for a dozen years and later worked 26 years for Goodyear Tire & Rubber, changing careers due to financial considerations. Harvey Wall and his wife, Gladys, were married in 1934 and had two other children: a son, Jan... Read more
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