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    Women CFOs increase as chief executives drop

    Women CFOs increase as chief executives drop

    10 Sep 2019 by Jessica Mascione

    The number of women in executive leadership positions across Australia’s largest listed companies is slowly increasing according to a new report, with Emeco Holdings, Wesfarmers and South32 the top performers for Western Australia. ...

    Visa rules disadvantage WA business

    Visa rules disadvantage WA business

    13 Aug 2019 by Mark Beyer

    Business leaders from sectors as diverse as education and manufacturing say temporary migration visa policies are holding WA back. ...

    Freo commerce chamber slams media report

    Freo commerce chamber slams media report

    17 Jul 2019 by Business News

    The Fremantle Chamber of Commerce has hit back at an article in The West Australian which cast doubt on Fremantle’s economic growth potential. ...

    BN30 shows shares slow in the west

    BN30 shows shares slow in the west

    01 Jul 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Western Australia’s listed companies have trailed the broader market in the past year, with the Business News BN30 index rising 5.2 per cent as the ASX 200 lifted 7.2 per cent. ...

    Govt moving towards Bell Group settlement

    Govt moving towards Bell Group settlement

    18 Mar 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    The state government has confirmed it is in talks to reach a settlement that would end the long-standing dispute over the $1.7 billion of litigation proceeds from Alan Bond’s failed Bell Group. ...

    Investment drives optimism in CEO Survey

    Investment drives optimism in CEO Survey

    18 Jan 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Leaders interviewed for the annual Business News CEO survey suggest that forward-looking decisions on energy policy and tax will be vital for WA’s future prosperity. ...

    Major shifts at top of biggest employers list

    Major shifts at top of biggest employers list

    15 Nov 2018 by Mark Beyer

    ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL: The annual Business News Biggest Employers survey has tracked changing employment patterns in WA over 13 years. This article is part of a special series to mark Business News' 25-year anniversary. ...

    Burges set to depart WALGA

    Burges set to depart WALGA

    16 Oct 2018 by Business News

    WA Local Government Association chief executive Ricky Burges is set to step down next year, after nearly two decades at the helm. ...

    Deloitte wins Ellenbrook contract

    Deloitte wins Ellenbrook contract

    03 Aug 2018 by Mark Beyer

    Deloitte has won a state government contract to prepare a business case for the Morley to Ellenbrook rail line, to be undertaken in parallel with another study looking at route options. ...

    Caroline Spencer appointed auditor general

    Caroline Spencer appointed auditor general

    14 Mar 2018 by Business News

    The state government has recruited Canberra-based Caroline Spencer to be the state’s next auditor general, three years after she was appointed to review the performance of incumbent Colin Murphy. ...

    US law firms to continue Bell Group saga

    US law firms to continue Bell Group saga

    20 Sep 2016 by Mark Beyer

    The state government has muscled up for the renewal of legal battles over the $1.7 billion Bell Group dispute, appointing a US law firm that promotes itself as being tougher and scarier than its peers to handle the matter. ...

    Entrepreneurs see opportunity

    Entrepreneurs see opportunity

    06 May 2016 by Mark Beyer

    WA business leaders have bemoaned the state government’s failure to plan for life beyond the mining construction boom, but still see opportunities in other sectors. ...

    Boys’ club welcomes girls

    Boys’ club welcomes girls

    25 Sep 2015 by Saskia Pickles

    Top Western Australian publicly listed companies with fewer women on boards than the national average may get the boost they need following the launch of a new club. ...

    WA businesswomen in govt roles

    WA businesswomen in govt roles

    17 Sep 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    Two prominent Perth businesswomen have moved on to new government roles, with Heather Zampatti named the new chair for Lotterywest, while Libby Lyons has become a director of the national Workplace Gender Equality Agency. ...

    Nahan defends Bell Group legislation

    Nahan defends Bell Group legislation

    04 Jun 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    Treasurer Mike Nahan has defended legislation he introduced to end the long-running $1.7 billion Bell Group legal story after it was criticised by the Australian and Western Australian bar associations. ...

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