Latest News for: Australia executive


‘Incredible failure’: KPMG rejects claims it assessed ‘the wrong company’ before $423m payment to Paladin

The Observer 25 Feb 2024
KPMG Australia was ... Earlier this month, KPMG Australia’s chief executive, Andrew Yates, apologised to the inquiry for taking a “too literal” approach to senator O’Neill’s question about power maps.

Eyestem’s promising pipeline of products catches the eye of traditional pharma companies

Business Line 25 Feb 2024
... need, awaits regulatory approvals in India for trial in humans, even as the company prepares to take the investigational new drug to Australia, says Eyestem co-founder and Chief Executive Jogin Desai.

Becky Lynch calls

The Daily Mail 24 Feb 2024
Many WWE stars have spoken up about the allegations against their former boss in recent weeks and Mail Sport was able to speak with Kevin Owens and Becky Lynch in Perth, Australia ahead of Elimination Chamber.

Outrage as Woolworths workers are no longer allowed to wear Indigenous or LGBTQI+ stickers on their...

The Daily Mail 24 Feb 2024
ASX-listed Woolworths is Australia's largest food retailer and boasts more than 190,000 team members across Australia and New Zealand. Woolworths Group chief executive Brad Banducci will step down in September.

Delta Air Lines launches new route between Brisbane and Los Angeles in move that could ...

Cedar News 24 Feb 2024
By David Southwell for Daily Mail Australia ... Former Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce made no secret of lobbying the government on the issue of Qatar Airways seeking more flights to Australia.

No Paris berth, tactical shortcomings marred Schopman's term

Hindustan Times 24 Feb 2024
“It is a positive sign that you are entering the circle, but the execution could have been better. At the Olympics, Australia were better in ball possession, had more circle penetration, but statistics don’t win matches.

U.S. Widens Oil Sanctions to Include Sovcomflot and 14 Tankers

The Maritime Executive 24 Feb 2024
Sovcomflot has also been sanctioned by Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom and is under certain European Union (EU) restrictions.

Australian student visa rejection rate rises 23 Feb 2024
Troy Williams, chief executive of the Independent Tertiary Education Council of Australia (ITECA), said the new system is disproportionately affecting Indian students and jeopardizing Australia's reputation.

Facing facts: ABC pulls the plug on RMIT factchecking collaboration

The Observer 23 Feb 2024
“The resignation of Woolworths CEO Brad Banducci is a warning to woke corporates and the elite director class to stop disrespecting mainstream values and running down Australia,” the IPA’s deputy executive director, Daniel Wild, claimed.

Shock revelation some Australians are paying double to watch Bluey even though it

The Daily Mail 23 Feb 2024
The parliamentary committee also heard from Seven, Ten and Nine bosses, and Free TV Australia executives including Gregory Hywood, who argued paid services posed an 'existential' issue for Australian culture.

Brambles Will Continue to Benefit From Less Pallet Hoarding -- Interview

Market Watch 23 Feb 2024
SYDNEY--Brambles will continue to benefit from customers' improved inventory management thanks to the Australia-listed company's investment in tracking its pallets, its chief executive said.

"Leave it to BCCI...," EAM Jaishankar's witty reply on UNSC permanent membership at Raisina Dialogue 2024

Beijing News 23 Feb 2024
Speaking at a session during the conference, Executive Director of Australia's Lowy Institute, Michael Fullilove, said that UNSC membership can be based on ICC Test rankings ... be fabulous for Australia.

GTI Energy Remains On Track At Wyoming Uranium Projects

MENA FN 23 Feb 2024
(MENAFN - News Direct) --News Direct--GTI Energy Ltd (ASX.GTR) executive director Bruce Lane sits down with Jonathan Jackson in the Proactive Australia studio to discuss progress and planning for ... .