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  1. rembrandt

    5,813 posts.
    Hmmm... this week on Business Sunday ...

    www.finance.ninemsn.com.au/businesssunday

    "Newmont's takeover plans
    Wayne Murdy, CEO of the world's largest gold miner, Newmont, talks to Ali Moore about the company's takeover plans of Normandy Mining, as well as the takeover of Normandy's largest shareholder, Franco Nevada.

    Virgin gets into bed with United
    Brett Godfrey of Virgin Blue discusses with Helen McCombie the proposed code sharing agreement with United of the US. Find out about the airline's financial performance, life with new 50 percent shareholder Patrick Corporation, the competition, and the chances of a third airline starting up in Australia.

    Live interview: Fred Hilmer, Fairfax CEO
    Fred Hilmer, CEO of John Fairfax, talks with Michael Pascoe about the company's continuing opposition to the Telstra/Foxtel/Optus pay TV shuffle and the current operating performance of Fairfax.

    Farewell Mr Mackintosh
    Ian Mackintosh, the man who oversees accounting matters for ASIC, speaks with Ali Moore about some of the current issues: auditors, company accounts, directors and his new job with the World Bank running its affairs in South Asia."


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