A billionaire saved Australian Agricultural Company from a first strike at its AGM on Wednesday, but it wasn't one of the world's richest men, billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates.
Colin Kruger, CBD
Woolworths was happy to reveal that Big W's losses increased tenfold last year, but the supermarket giant got shy when it came to the exit package of the short-lived Big W boss, Sally Macdonald.
If you're not one for conspiracy theories, you won't see anything untoward in the fact that Spotless chief executive, Martin Sheppard, stepped down with immediate effect on Tuesday – just two days before the rather spotty cleaning services group delivers what should be its last full year result as a listed company.
It's not easy finding a new gig when you finally step down from that high-powered CEO role.
Telstra's retail investors can only look on with envy as Fortescue founder, Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest, reaps the rewards of his audacious bet on iron ore.
If you thought house prices have gone through the roof, spare a thought for the Realestate.com.au (REA) director who decided to buy his first shares after a decade on the board.
While other US CEOs were ducking the fallout from Donald Trump's latest explosion, Visy billionaire Andrew Pratt was talking about his other great US buddy: Amazon.
The value destruction during the reign of Andy Penn has been enormous.
ASX-listed funeral service provider, Invocare, thought a side bet on real estate ought to be a winner, and boy has it paid off.
While Amber Harrison has been forced to launch a public appeal to avoid bankruptcy over her legal battle with Kerry Stokes' Seven West Media, it looks like her former lover - Seven West chief executive Tim Worner - might be paying a more modest financial penalty.