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TPG ditches $2.76-billion Fairfax takeover bid

2017-07-02 abc.net.au
US investment company TPG Capital has abandoned its $2.76-billion bid to take over Fairfax Media, clearing the way for rival bidder Hellman & Friedman to make an offer.

Alex Malley, CPA Australia's 'Naked CEO' who walked off with $4.9m

2017-06-25 theage.com.au
Accountancy is meant to be the profession of sober financial clarity. The gate keepers who provide the lingua franca of commerce.

Alex Malley, CPA Australia's 'Naked CEO' who walked off with $4.9m

2017-06-25 smh.com.au
Accountancy is meant to be the profession of sober financial clarity. The gate keepers who provide the lingua franca of commerce.

Jack Cowin loses $600m of dough at Domino's Pizza as franchisees push for bigger slice of profits

2017-06-22 theage.com.au
Jack Cowin's extra large slice of Domino's Pizza got cold pretty quickly after peaking at a value of $1.3 billion in August last year. It has now shrunk by about $600 million in value. 

Jack Cowin loses $600m of dough at Domino's Pizza as franchisees push for bigger slice of profits

2017-06-22 smh.com.au
Jack Cowin's extra large slice of Domino's Pizza got cold pretty quickly after peaking at a value of $1.3 billion in August last year. It has now shrunk by about $600 million in value. 

Elliott Associates' BHP campaign a welcome boost for local activists

2017-05-22 theage.com.au
Elliott Associates' bid to convince BHP shareholders the Big Australian should change strategies is the most high-profile shareholder activist campaign seen in Australia in a long time.

Elliott Associates' BHP campaign a welcome boost for local activists

2017-05-22 smh.com.au
Elliott Associates' bid to convince BHP shareholders the Big Australian should change strategies is the most high-profile shareholder activist campaign seen in Australia in a long time.

TPG boosts offer for Australia’s Fairfax Media, shares leap to six-year high

2017-05-15 themalaymailonline
A TV crew films outside the Fairfax Media headquarters in Sydney May 3, 2017. — Reuters picSYDNEY, May 15 — US buyout firm TPG Capital Management today raised its cash bid for Fairfax Media Ltd, offering A$2.76 billion (RM8.85 billion) for the struggling Australian publisher and sending its shares to a six-year high.

TPG boosts offer for Australia's Fairfax Media, shares leap to six-year high

2017-05-15 in.reuters
SYDNEY U.S. buyout firm TPG Capital Management on Monday raised its cash bid for Fairfax Media Ltd, offering A$2.76 billion ($2.04 billion) for the struggling Australian publisher and sending its shares to a six-year high.

Bowie Tribute and 28 Other Hamptons Benefits to Hit This Summer - Bloomberg

2016-06-30 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

True believer Alex Waislitz is 'still optimistic Mesoblast will succeed'

2016-06-17 theage.com.au
Investing in biotechnology stocks is not for the weak-kneed and with shares in stem-cell developer Mesoblast skidding to fresh six-year lows this week, hanging on to its shares has increasingly become something for the true believers.

True believer Alex Waislitz is 'still optimistic Mesoblast will succeed'

2016-06-17 smh.com.au
Investing in biotechnology stocks is not for the weak-kneed and with shares in stem-cell developer Mesoblast skidding to fresh six-year lows this week, hanging on to its shares has increasingly become something for the true believers.

Poppy producer TPI has high hopes this year but HQ's profile stays low

2016-05-13 theage.com.au
TPI Enterprises Managing Director Jarrod Ritchie with a bag of thebaine, a narcotic raw material, which has a commercial value of about $US600 a kilogram. Photo: Pat Scala

Poppy producer TPI has high hopes this year but HQ's profile stays low

2016-05-13 smh.com.au
TPI Enterprises Managing Director Jarrod Ritchie with a bag of thebaine, a narcotic raw material, which has a commercial value of about $US600 a kilogram. Photo: Pat Scala