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Dick Smith bosses sued over company collapse

2017-03-21 perthnow.com.au
THE former chief executive and chief financial officers of Dick Smith are among eight ex-company leaders being sued following the collapse of the electronics chain.

Recievers launch legal action against Dick Smith directors, executives

2017-03-20 theage.com.au
The receivers of collapsed electronics chain Dick Smith have launched legal action against eight directors and executives, including ex-CEO Nick Abboud for alleged breaches of their duty to exercise reasonable care.

Recievers launch legal action against Dick Smith directors, executives

2017-03-20 smh.com.au
The receivers of collapsed electronics chain Dick Smith have launched legal action against eight directors and executives, including ex-CEO Nick Abboud for alleged breaches of their duty to exercise reasonable care.

Ingham's shares hatch to wary IPO market

2016-11-07 theage.com.au
The debut of the $1.2 billion Inghams Group float on the ASX on Monday is the latest test for the Australian initial public offerings market, which has been dealt a blow by the repricing of three floats, including that of the chicken processor.

Ingham's shares hatch to wary IPO market

2016-11-07 smh.com.au
The debut of the $1.2 billion Inghams Group float on the ASX on Monday is the latest test for the Australian initial public offerings market, which has been dealt a blow by the repricing of three floats, including that of the chicken processor.

Markets Live: ASX up as miners dig deep

2016-07-15 theage.com.au
After a strong early start on jumping iron ore and oil prices, the ASX drooped but then came home strong to record a fifth session of gains, with the top 200 index within sight of the 5400-point mark.

Dick Smith Group's autopsy – bad strategy, not foul play

2016-07-15 theage.com.au
The first official autopsy report into the demise of the Dick Smith electronics group  appears to find the cause of death was management ineptitude rather than foul play.

Dick Smith Group's autopsy – bad strategy, not foul play

2016-07-13 smh.com.au
Citi's Craig Woolford and Platypus' Donald Williams see plenty of upside with JB Hi-Fi, and not just because of its competitor's collapse.

Kogan.com IPO 'different to the others', says founder

2016-06-09 smh.com.au
Online retail entrepreneur Ruslan Kogan has distanced Kogan.com from recent e-commerce sharemarket flops, saying the business has been earnings positive "from day one" despite being capital constrained.

Tegel IPO at $1.55 a share, near bottom of the range

2016-04-19 nzherald.co.nz
Tegel Group Holdings, the poultry group controlled by private equity firm Affinity Equity Partners, will sell shares at $1.55 apiece in the year's first initial public offering, near the bottom of its indicative price range.

Final Store Closure Announcement

2016-04-19 asx.com.au

Tegel IPO to raise up to $344 million, listing on May 3

2016-03-31 nzherald.co.nz
Shares in chicken producer Tegel have been priced in an indicative range of $1.55 to $2.50, giving the company an implied market value of up to $636 million, according to the product disclosure statement.

ATO's private company list kicks up more questions about artistry of tax arrangements

2016-03-22 smh.com.au
The first thing to note about today's data dump from the Australian Taxation Office is the agility and innovation of Australia's wealthiest private companies when it comes to paying tax. Or not.