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.
Danielle Le Messurier
As shocking allegations of sexual harassment and rape embroil the mining sector, one top executive has called for ‘dinosaur rehabilitation’.
Rebecca Le May
As a wannabe investment banker, Afterpay co-founder Nick Molnar was told to stick to his ‘side hustle’ of selling jewellery on eBay instead of taking a job with a venture capital firm.
Nabila Ahmed, Kurt Wagner and Harry Brumpton
The woman leading the restoration of besieged Crown Resorts’ shattered reputation is set to follow the chief executive of the company’s flagship Melbourne casino out the door.
BHP’s deal with Tesla shines a spotlight on WA’s battery metals supply potential but more needs to be done to convert the State’s battery minerals into end products, says IGO boss Peter Bradford.
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.
The Venturex boss says the industry is changing its image as commodities like copper, zinc and silver became ‘critical’ to deliver greener technology and energy solutions.
Mick Sheehy is highly regarded across the northern Australian cattle industry, having worked throughout the supply chain across WA, the NT and Indonesia.
WA’s biggest wine producer and a former lieutenant of Andrew Forrest have both been put in charge of project managing the next stage of an avocado development in the South West.
Bill Beament has taken on a new role at explorer Venturex and brought a former Northern Star Resources board member into the fold.
News of the raising came as the engineering and construction group disclosed it had hit last year’s profit target but also flagged a $9.7m hit from a problem contract.
Mineral Resources chief Chris Ellison’s stake in the mining and services group has been revalued above $1.3 billion after a sharemarket rally today that propelled WA companies to record highs.
WA’s peak vegetable advocacy group will embark on a national search for a new chief executive following the resignation of John Shannon.
Managing director of Papua New Guinea-focused Oil Search, Keiran Wulff, has quit his post after just 16 months following what the company claimed were ‘complaints’ about management style.
Sean Smith and Daniel Newell
The diversified investment group has 49 per cent of Boral and expects to pass 50 per cent by the end of the day.
The energy group is looking to sell down its stakes in both projects to reduce its capital spending needs.
David Singleton has been named managing director of Austin Engineering despite the well-known Perth business executive facing civil action in the Federal Court brought by ASIC.
AustralianSuper boss Ian Silk will step down after 15 years leading the nation’s biggest superannuation fund.
The former Northern Star Resources chief earned nearly $32m in 2019-20, thanks to share rewards granted three years earlier. SEE WHO MADE THE TOP 10
A Crown Resorts director has indicated the firm's Melbourne chief may find himself out of a job after failing to act on the casino's unpaid gaming tax.
Australia’s biggest businesses will begin writing to their employees — and even customers — telling them to get the COVID-19 jab.
The South African gold giant has named former Orica boss Alberto Calderon as its new chief executive following a lengthy global recruitment drive.
Mineral Resources managing director Chris Ellison says his pitch to the Federal Government to help with the vaccine rollout has “gone nowhere”.
The corporate watchdog has warned its prosecution of former Quintis boss Frank Wilson could be scuttled if its star witness is refused permission to testify via videolink from the US.
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