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James Strong: making the tough calls at Woolies

James Strong has a rather proactive lifestyle: he bikes, climbs, wears bowties, and chairs the boards of three very different entities: Woolworths, Kathmandu and the Australia Council, writes Angela Priestley.

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Bartholomeusz: Woolworths’ executive exodus

Where once Woolworths dictated terms to Coles, it now finds itself in the unaccustomed position of being forced to react to Coles’ initiatives.

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Woolworths reeling, when will they fold on pokies?

Never before have Woolworths chairman James Strong and CEO Michael Luscombe been forced to engage in such detail about their iniquitous 12,000-strong pokies operation.

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Does Dixon’s $10.7m Qantas payout add up?

Earlier this week Qantas confessed to shareholders it paid former CEO Geoff Dixon $10.7 million for five months work. Not only were the payments extremely high, they were also largely unwarranted.

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Board helps itself at IAG

With profits down and the share price hovering just above $5, 24% or so off its highs, the hard working board members of Insurance Australia Group have decided to reward themselves with a 37.5% pay rise, writes Glenn Dyer.

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