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Clive Palmer nominated for Good Samaritan of the Year

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CBD Living national treasure Clive Palmer might be able to add ''Good Samaritan'' to his list of achievements next year, with beatification surely just around the corner.

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Billabong waves in brand new era

CBD Billabong has promised investors it is ready to turn the corner with a new chief executive and transformation strategy.

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Changing chairs on darker days

CBD Usually it is the CEO who walks after a disastrous profit downgrade, but things have always been a little different at QBE.

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Vizard sponsors youth scribe prize

CBD Corporate joker Steve Vizard is continuing his rehabilitation with a little alms giving.

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A lesser spotted generous vulture

Colin Kruger, CBD It isn't often that private equity can be accused of generosity when it comes to offloading investments on to the public.

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Frank Lowy not ready for mothballs yet

Colin Kruger, CBD He may be 83, but Westfield founder Frank Lowy can still run a press conference like an old pro.

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Fox FM's Matt Tilley goes out swinging

Colin Kruger, CBD When popular Matt Tilley stepped back from the mike last week after 23 years with Fox FM, you could say he was entitled to a little constructive criticism of a management.

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Amatil finally gets its woman

Colin Kruger, CBD It has taken 10 years, and two takeover bids, but Alison Watkins is finally joining Coca-Cola Amatil.

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Dulcie Boling stays empty-handed at Seven Group

CBD Has another window closed for legendary mag veteran Dulcie Boling?

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ANZ's Mike Smith's march down memory lane

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Colin Kruger, CBD Some are born bankers, others have bankerdom thrust upon them.

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'Modest Rog' a maroon marvel

Colin Kruger, CBD Bank of Queensland's new chairman, Roger Davis, obviously knew which credentials to present when he chaired his first AGM in Brissie on Wednesday.

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Woolies boss served disloyalty

Colin Kruger, CBD Woolies' new chairman, Ralph Waters, was not letting the anarchy of its AGM distract him from the big issues worrying investors on Tuesday.

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Gina Rinehart launches National Mining and Related Industries Day

Colin Kruger, CBD Gina Rinehart launches November 22 as the inaugural National Mining and Related Industries Day

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Putting free into freelance

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CBD At Eric Beecher's Private Media it seems to be a case of 'all the news that's free to print' as freelance journalists go unpaid.

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Sunland back for another bite

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CBD Gold Coast developer Sunland was back in court again on Monday.

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Putting it all on the (NBN) line

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CBD Until March, he was in charge of overseeing Stephen 'Red Underpants' Conroy's $27 billion National Broadband Network, but it has taken until now for Harrison Young to start enjoying one of the...

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Rumsfeld knows a thing about risk

CBD Would one of the main architects of the Iraq war have been better off monitoring the financial system?

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Luke's luck takes a Raine check

CBD It involved legal shootouts, media cannonfire and plenty of hurt feelings, but one of the wild west's most colourful sagas looks close to an end after KordaMentha flogged off Luke Saraceni's Raine...

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Downgraded but not downcast

CBD When is a downgrade not a downgrade? When it's a ''solid result in line with market expectations'', of course.

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Sober speech to the stockbrokers

CBD At the Stockbrokers Association of Australia annual conference, in Sydney, on Thursday, chairman of the corporate watchdog, Greg Medcraft, delivered a sterling speech that had the whole crowd...