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John Bui
JOHN BUI  |  THURSDAY, 16 DEC 2021
Due to the influence of American television, most people have heard of a pre-nuptial agreement or 'prenup', but surprisingly many have not heard of a 'binding financial agreement'. However, a binding financial agreement and a pre-nuptial ... Read more
Elizabeth McArthur
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  TUESDAY, 22 JUN 2021
... several years was an undertaking in practicing art that he had once thought he might never be capable of. Olsen's father, John, almost needs no introduction. He is one of Australia's most famous, commercially successful artists. Now 93, he has an OBE ... Read more
Kanika Sood
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 15 JAN 2021
... World site was originally used to haul coal and shale mined in the Jamison Valley below. The year was 1878 and the owner was John Britty North, who established Katoomba Coal Mine and would go on to sell the lease of the colliery in 1945 to Harry Hammon ... Read more
Alex Burke
ALEX BURKE  |  FRIDAY, 18 MAY 2018
... S&P ASX 200). "It was mainly institutions interested in us at first," Landau recalls. "We got some strong backing early on: John Nolan, AustralianSuper, Tim Hughes at Catholic Super and Russell Investments as well. In a year we had enough money to build ... Read more
Alex Burke
ALEX BURKE  |  FRIDAY, 23 JUN 2017
... had the great privilege to get a role working for the chief financial officer of Coca Cola Amatil at the time: a guy named John Priest." Along with selling drinks in Ukraine - "This was a challenge," he says, "because you could get any Coke you wanted ... Read more
Christopher Page
CHRISTOPHER PAGE  |  WEDNESDAY, 19 SEP 2012
... the Rockefeller family tracing their origins, the beginning of the US oil industry and the birth of modern philanthropy. John D. Rockefeller was born in New York in 1839 and was so enterprising as a young man that by 18 he was trading commodities. By ... Read more
Benjamin Ong
BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 21 JUL 2010
Another set of dismal data again failed to get Wall Street down last night. Big-named US companies that reported their second-quarter results overnight came up short of expectations and worse, some even downgraded their earnings guidance. Data out on ... Read more
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