After boxing a bit in his younger days, the Bull is fully aware of the risks donning the gloves and strongly believes it should be avoided by folks past their physical prime.
It was revealed at Diggers and Dealers that Regis Resources boss Jim Beyer has a slightly unusual way of trying to relax when he’s not managing the mid-tier gold miner.
The Bull heard some gossip circulating at Diggers that retiring Nationals member and former Labor party representative Vince Catania is joining Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Future Industries.
It seems Crown’s new kings at Blackstone had suspicious minds and were all shook up about an event planned by the team at its prestige brand Crown Towers.
It appears the old Aussie tradition of ditching work for a pint at the pub is definitely out of bounds in the modern day workplace.
It’s a good thing the outgoing female chief of Fortescue will be in the hot seat for its upcoming results, lest Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest goes off-script again like he did this week at the Sydney Energy Forum.
It looks like Genesis Minerals boss Raleigh Finlayson and his newly appointed senior management team may have hit paydirt with the explorer’s proposed acquisition of Dacian Gold.
WA border cheat Nev Power is set to make a graceful exit from Genesis Minerals as part of its $111 million scrip takeover of Dacian Gold.
Is the world’s richest man touring WA? Plus, why is Firefinch keeping investors guessing after three hasty exits; Euroz Hartleys breaks out disco classics; and Chevron’s Mark Hatfield gets best on ground.
Rio Tinto, Wesfarmers, Mineral Resources, Azure Minerals and Cottesloe dealmaker Grant Davey all feature in our Bull awards for the waning fiscal year.
Here’s hoping low-flying Nev Power has no more cognitive distortions as the dreaded lurgy takes hold and Swan Valley isolation beckons.
Herd on the Terrace
It’s obviously been a busy time for Genesis Minerals lately, what with all the chatter with its various Leonora neighbours like St Barbara, Saturn Metals and Red 5 about possible tie-ups.
It looks like Peppermint Grove dentist and fringe business player Peter Fiore has done the deal of a lifetime in Bleak City.
Never mind Cambridge mayor spitting chewy at Planning Institute, we’re teeing up for battle between publican and avid golfer, network.
HOTT: The Bull turned to the gold play’s loyal spin doctor Paul Armstrong this week for an answer to some prickly questions, only to be told his company Read Corporate no longer works for Genesis. But why?
HOTT: Oh to be a mosquito on the wall at the TAB WA’s Herdsman Lake headquarters as potential buyers check out the State Government-owned betting agency.
John Van Der Wielen’s resignation as chief executive of HBF has set tongues wagging in Perth, with the rumours about his next gig honing in on his CV.
Sam Walsh’s much trumpeted appointment to the board of one of WA’s most influential Aboriginal corporation has come to a quiet end inside a year.
Never mind a technical stuff-up, Melbourne gangland lawyer Zarah Garde-Wilson proves a winner west of the rabbit proof fence.
We hear the Royal Flying Doctor Service is slowly making progress with its hunt for a new chair to replace millionaire businessman Nev Power.
Herd on the Terrace: These three WA listed companies have held a secret meeting to talk strategy on how to retain COVID-19 breacher Nev Power on their boards following his eight-month suspended jail sentence.
Heads up, one of Herd on the Terrace’s most infamous alumni appears to be heading back to Perth after quitting WA nearly eight years ago. Here’s what he has been up to since ...
Elizabeth Gaines remains chief executive of Fortescue Metals Group but the question is: for how much longer?
Northern Star Resources finally came clean on Thursday about the worst kept secret since Meg O’Neill landed the top job at Woodside.
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