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    Alcoa appoints new Australia president

    Alcoa has confirmed the appointment of former Rio Tinto executive Michael Gollschewski as the new vice-president of the company’s Australian operations and as president of Alcoa of Australia. ...
    Alcoa appoints new Australia president

    PwC extends full-service offering

    SPECIAL REPORT: Accounting firms are widening their services into new areas as they seek a competitive edge. ...
    PwC extends full-service offering

    Empowerment, confidence vital for success in business

    Business News’s inaugural Food for Thought breakfast brought together some of WA’s best female business minds to discuss issues ranging from inequity to ongoing workplace challenges. ...
    Empowerment, confidence vital for success in business

    Another Wesfarmers payroll failure stings 6,000 workers for $15m

    Less than a week after Bunnings admitted to underpaying workers due to payroll error, a second Wesfarmers division has said it discovered a payroll mistake, which has left around 6,000 workers underpaid to a total of $15 million. ...
    Another Wesfarmers payroll failure stings 6,000 workers for $15m

    Bankwest appoints new MD

    Bankwest has announced the appointment of Sinead Taylor as the first female to lead the organisation in its 124-year history. ...
    Bankwest appoints new MD

    Howarth to leave Wesfarmers, Power to join Strike

    Two prominent Perth company directors have been involved in board moves today, with Nev Power to join Strike Energy and Wesfarmers announcing that Tony Howarth will step down. ...
    Howarth to leave Wesfarmers, Power to join Strike

    WA directors in $21m of share trades

    Another flurry of substantial share transactions from directors of Perth-based ASX-listed companies have occurred recently following the release of annual results, with David Singleton, Elizabeth Gaines and Rodney Leonard among those involved in the larges ...
    WA directors in $21m of share trades

    Qantas chief Joyce Australia's top-paid CEO

    Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce was Australia's highest-paid chief executive last year, according to a survey based on 'realised' pay, which also ranked Saracen Mineral Holdings managing director Raleigh Finlayson in the top 10. ...
    Qantas chief Joyce Australia's top-paid CEO

    WA directors in multi-million dollar share trades

    Directors of several Perth-based ASX-listed companies have undertaken substantial share transactions in the past fortnight, with Peter Bradford, Peter Cook and John Welborn among those taking advantage of the trading window after the release of their annua ...
    WA directors in multi-million dollar share trades

    Unemployment for WA geos reaches six-year low

    Employment opportunities for geoscientists in Western Australia are improving, but it is not the best state in Australia for job prospects, according to the latest data from the Australian Institute of Geoscientists. ...
    Unemployment for WA geos reaches six-year low

    Women CFOs increase as chief executives drop

    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. ...
    Women CFOs increase as chief executives drop

    Local gold miners crack ASX 200

    Gold Road Resources and Silver Lake Resources will join the S&P/ASX 200 index, while Seven West Media was among the losers in the indices reshuffle, as the quarterly rebalance of the S&P/ASX indices was announced today. ...
    Local gold miners crack ASX 200

    CEOs reap over $10m in performance windfalls

    South32’s Graham Kerr, NRW Holdings’ Jules Pemberton and Saracen Mineral Holdings’ Raleigh Finlayson have received one-off benefits totalling $10.4 million, following the vesting of performance shares. ...
    CEOs reap over $10m in performance windfalls

    Tim Roberts claims $54m, wins $800,000

    Rich-lister Tim Roberts has achieved a pyrrhic victory against law firm Clayton Utz, after his aircraft leasing business claimed $US37 million ($A54 million) because of negligent advice. ...
    Tim Roberts claims $54m, wins $800,000

    HWL Ebsworth, Bellanhouse to merge

    HWL Ebsworth Lawyers is set to become the sixth largest law firm in Western Australia after striking a deal to acquire boutique Perth firm Bellanhouse Lawyers. ...
    HWL Ebsworth, Bellanhouse to merge

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