Blackmores heir takes over as CEO of the company

Blackmores heir takes over as CEO of the company

The son of the late founder of Blackmores (ASX:BKL) will take over the health company as interim CEO. Executive director Marcus Blackmore (pictured) will step in as interim CEO from 1 April. The appointment of Marcus comes following the shock resignation of Richard Henfry in late February after just 18 months in the role. Henfry s...

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Merino Country woollen undies strike the right baa-lance

Merino Country woollen undies strike the right baa-lance

For many small businesses a high-profile defence contract would be like hitting the jackpot, but for woollen apparel manufacturer Merino Country it was a stepping stone to greater things.  With 20,000 customers worldwide, the Brisbane-based company celebrated 25 years in business last year and has come a long way from its o...

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Village Roadshow legacy CEO Graham Burke to retire amid feud reports

Village Roadshow legacy CEO Graham Burke to retire amid feud reports

Graham Burke has announced that he will retire from the top job at Village Roadshow (ASX: VRL) after having spent more than 30 years as its inaugural CEO. Burke first joined Village Roadshow at age 14 as a ticket collector and floor sweeper before becoming managing director of Village Drive-In Limited at 23. When Village Roadshow list...

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Virgin Australia names Paul Scurrah as John Borghetti's successor

Virgin Australia names Paul Scurrah as John Borghetti's successor

The replacement for long-time Virgin Australia CEO and MD John Borghetti has been found to lead Australia's second largest carrier. Paul Scurrah will replace John Borghetti who announced his intention to step down in June 2018 after a decade of working for the airline. Borghetti joined the airline in 2010, when it was called ...

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Female board representation hits an all-time high

Female board representation hits an all-time high

Gender diversity on ASX 200 boards has hit an all-time high at the end of 2018, with nearly 30 per cent of board positions filled by women. This is a huge milestone for Australian companies who have hit this target without any regulatory intervention or quotas. The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) says the 29.7 per cen...

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