Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - June, 2013
The author of an Australian Securities and Investment Commission report into fallen timber company Gunns’ alleged withholding of information from investors has given evidence in court. He says the company’s internal reports were very different from those given to shareholders.
The former head of Australian investor relations for Newcrest Mining is back at his old post. Reports today say Steve Warner has been filling in the firing line position for compatriot Spencer Cole in recent days.
Embattled mining magnate Nathan Tinkler has had another chunk sliced from his personal empire, after a key hedge fund backer seized his stake in Whitehaven Coal on Wednesday.
A “Glass Ceiling” is described as “the unseen, yet unbreakable barrier that keeps women from rising to the upper rungs of the corporate ladder, regardless of their qualifications or achievements.” But now the walls will be transparent, too, so Australians can witness how workplaces are integrating women into upper management.
The Australian Government has named the board of its new Manufacturing Industry Innovation Precinct ahead of the July start date of the venture, which is intended to advance the nation’s reputation for innovation, collaboration and competitiveness.
Lehman Brothers Holdings in America is blocking Lehman’s Australian unit from paying its creditors including Local governments, churches and charities as much as $225 Million.
The European Union's top trade official is heading to Beijing on Friday to talk about China dumping solar panels on the continent, and avoiding a trade war.
The Chief Executives of a number of the country’s top manufacturing companies have joined the newly formed Australian Advanced Manufacturing Council, which will focus on driving national priority and policy change to boost the advanced manufacturing sector.
The Australian Securities Exchange has announced it will conduct a fully underwritten 2 for 19 pro rata entitlement offer of new ASX shares in a bid to raise an estimated $553 million at a price of $30 per share.