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Outgoing chief David Thodey turned Telstra from a poisoned chalice to a corporate success, executing one of the most remarkable stints in Australian blue-chip corporate history.
Telstra is raking in the cash thanks to the NBN, but Australia is still languishing with slow broadband speeds.
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Along with its strong full-year profit results, Telstra today published its remuneration report for 2013-14. It shows David Thodey’s total remuneration in the five full years since he became chief executive in May 2009 has reached $33 million.
The National Broadband Network might be going back to the drawing board as Telstra signals it is considering structural separation.
For a media proprietor, James Packer is one of the least communicative public company leaders in Australia.
OurSay is a not-for-profit group of young people who, on the smell of an oily rag and a lot of enthusiasm and new media savvy, have built a site with Facebook and Twitter presence through which they crowdsource questions.