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Elliott renews BHP Billiton shake-up push – The Australian - October 10, 2017

The Australian Elliott renews BHP Billiton shake-up push The Australian Elliott representatives have in the last month met with major BHP investors based in London, South Africa and Australia to lay out the activist fund's arguments for an overhaul of the miner, said the two sources quoted by R.

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Disgraced sports scientist Stephen Dank declared bankrupt – The Australian - October 10, 2017

The Australian Disgraced sports scientist Stephen Dank declared bankrupt The Australian Bankruptcy proceedings against Mr Dank, who is serving a life ban from sport for his involvement Australia's most damaging drugs scandal, were initiated earlier this year by the Bendigo Bank to recover nearl.

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Are shareholders the real losers from class actions? | Motley Fool … – Motley Fool Australia - October 09, 2017

Motley Fool Australia Are shareholders the real losers from class actions? | Motley Fool ... Motley Fool Australia For shareholders class actions can be a sticky affairs. Of the ASX companies embroiled in class actions such as Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX:CBA), ... and more ».

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Are shareholders the real losers from class actions? – Motley Fool Australia - October 09, 2017

Motley Fool Australia Are shareholders the real losers from class actions? Motley Fool Australia Maurice Blackburn National head of Class Actions, Andrew Watson, said the settlement was “the best outcome from a terrible situation for shareholders, given the diabolical alternative which meant likel.

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HIA, subbies go head to head over payment security – The Sunshine Coast Daily - October 09, 2017

The Sunshine Coast Daily HIA, subbies go head to head over payment security The Sunshine Coast Daily A 2015 Senate Committee inquiry into insolvency in the Australian construction industry also found "serious imbalances of power in contractual relationships, harsh, oppressive, unconscionable commerc.

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Clive Palmer loses court fight, ordered to pay $US17.6m – The Australian - October 09, 2017

Clive Palmer loses court fight, ordered to pay $US17.6m The Australian The decision has wider implications for Mr Palmer's troubled business empire. Mineralogy is the holder of Mr Palmer's iron-ore mining rights in Western Australia. If Mineralogy cannot pay the BGP debt, it could be wound.

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