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|... were Smartgroup Corporation Limited, The A2 Milk Company Limited, Mayne Pharma Group Limited, IPH Limited and The Reject Shop Limited."|
|... stakeholder engagement and develop future opportunities." Conrad is currently a non-executive director of OzForex and the Reject Shop, and has previously been on the boards of David Jones and APN News and Media. She is also a director of the Centre of ...|
|... a near $1 billion half year loss following writedowns to the value of its television and newspaper businesses. The Reject Shop lost 31 cents to $5.71 after the discount retailer's half year profit fell by 24 per cent. Primary Health Care plummeted 30 ...|
|... on Wednesday. In equities news, IAG, Seven West Media, Primary Health Care, Toll Group, Ardent Leisure, Arrium, The Reject Shop half year results and Carsales.com are among the companies expected to post half year results, while Woodside Petroleum is ...|
|... executive Ian Narev is down to speak at an American Chamber of Commerce in Australia lunch, also in Sydney. CSL, The Reject Shop and Dick Smith Holdings hold their annual general meetings. In Australia, the market on Tuesday rebounded as a surge in iron ...|
|... cent, at $2.265 after announcing a 23 per cent drop in annual profit. Super Retail was down 17 cents at $8.79, The Reject Shop was down 30.5 cents at $9.545, but Harvey Norman was two cents higher at $3.74. Another company to release financial results ...|
|... in July, in line with expectations. JB Hi-Fi was up 12 cents at $17.12, Super Retail was up 12 cents at $9.26, The Reject Shop had added 21.5 cents to $9.635 and Harvey Norman was half a cent higher at $3.705. Both of the supermarket giants were also ...|
|... announced a 15 cent per share payment to investors stemming from the sale of its Finish assets. Discount retailer The Reject Shop was down three cents at $9.56, after announcing the appointment of former Brewery boss Ross Sudano as its new chief exec ...|
|... starting to trickle down to the retail sector since the winter sales," Mr Spooner said. Retailers Pacific Brands and The Reject Shop have both cut annual earnings forecasts this week, and on Wednesday Flight Centre followed suit due to lower holiday ...|
|... dropping 5.25 cents, or 9.4 per cent, to 50.75 cents after the clothing maker cut its annual earnings forecast. The Reject Shop dumped 91 cents, or 9.95 per cent, to $8.24 after also reducing its profit guidance. Both have said warm weather in autumn ...|
Just a week on from the exit of its chief executive, EISS Super has also now bid farewell to its chair and several directors.
T. Rowe Price has appointed a new head of institutional for Australia and New Zealand, formerly of AXA Investment Managers.
Employers and the government are failing parents, costing mothers $1.6 billion in superannuation, according to new research from Industry Super Australia.
Hostplus was grilled about its relationship with IFM Investors at a parliamentary hearing that sought to uncover any evidence of collusion and anti-competitiveness.
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