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Woodside results vindicate divestment argument: ActivistsBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | FRIDAY, 19 FEB 2021 12:33PM
Woodside Petroleum's annual results, with a $US4.028 billion net loss for 2020, are food for thought for super funds, according to divestment activists.
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ASIC has banned the managing director of Theta Asset Management for four years from the financial services industry.
An Order of Australia recipient has been named the new chair of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority, replacing Helen Coonan.
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