The Mineral Resources chief has also lamented Australia’s deteriorating relationship with China.
Sean Smith & Kate Purnell
The retirement leaves just one director remaining whose tenure began before damning report into its conduct was released.
The department store chain has returned to profit thanks in large part to soaring demand from locked-down online shoppers.
Vaughan Garfield Bowen faces two counts of insider trading related to the alleged sale of $26m of shares before a takeover proposal for Vocus was pulled two years ago.
Greg Medcraft is back in Australia after four years with the OECD in Paris.
BHP chief executive Mike Henry’s pay has more than doubled this year, mainly because of the vesting of long-term incentives awarded in 2016.
The Mark Creasy-controlled CZR Resources has appointed two new directors just one week after a mass walkout of board members which included chairman David Flanagan.
Auditors for Crown Resorts fear long-running inquiries into money-laundering and the continuing impact of the pandemic cast ‘material uncertainty’ over its ability to continue as a ‘going concern’.
Crown Resorts annual report says Barry Felstead’s exit payments included $2.3m in lieu of notice.
Just 18 ASX300 companies have a woman as CEO, and only one-quarter of executive leaders are women — a figure that has not budged in five years, sparking calls for gender targets.
The miner’s directors say executives should not be excessively rewarded for a bumper share price that was swelled by iron ore prices.
Outgoing Crown Resorts chair Helen Coonan will be replaced by former Telstra chief executive and respected corporate leader Ziggy Switkowski, the embattled casino operator has revealed.
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All-male boards have officially been banished from the ASX 200 after two WA miners — the last two boards without any female representation — appointed woman directors.
INSIDER: With an executive background and a passion for the arts, Olivier David is leveraging new luxe partnerships with high-end brands at the West Australian Ballet.
Sharon Warburton is set to join the board of the newly-merged gold miner with Tony Kiernan retiring.
The takeover battle for Perth-based Cirrus Networks has escalated, with suitor Webcentral pushing to oust the majority of the target’s board.
The American has been running Woodside since Peter Coleman stepped back in April.
Former Woodside chief executive Peter Coleman has traded oil and gas for the emerging green hydrogen industry in his new role as chairman of Infinite Blue Energy.
Myer has bowed to pressure from major shareholder and persistent agitator Solomon Lew and released a trading update.
Challenger is on the look out for a new leader after long-time CEO Richard Howes announced his departure after 18 years with the financial services group.
Gender parity in the boardroom could be achieved by 2030 if the rate of change on gender diversity continues on its current trajectory, a new survey by Australia’s peak body for governance shows.
Gender inequality in senior management will remain prevalent as long as businesses make hiring decisions on industry knowledge rather than leadership skills, the Chief Executive Women WA chair says.
Tim Roberts, billionaire businessman and buddy of James Packer, has admitted he phoned in most of his insight to the board running Crown Perth.
Veteran dealmaker and director John Poynton should consider a career in politics after sharing his wisdom at the Crown Perth royal commission this week.
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