Jamie Odell: the former Aristocrat Leisure CEO made plenty on his incentive scheme as the company performed well and is now prospering in private equity land through Ellerston Capital. Tom Hedley : beginning as a plumber inhe began building homes in North Queensland, which led to the formation of the highly successful Hedley Group, although the credit crisis forced some major hotel sales in Lamb family : owning the Australian rights to technology that allows advertisement tracking, continues a history of media investment.
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Why are we even at this point? The band released Deliverance, their first single, on 2nd June Connect with us. I am at fault, and this is me taking full responsibility for doing the wrong thing in relation to the actual events.
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Michael Hintze : owner of hedge fund manager CQS who was named Australian of the Year in London for his philanthropic and charity work. Formed the Besen foundation that has interests in health, art and culture. The family had a large shareholding in the company and the last connection was John Church who retired from the board in This wealth was largely assembled from his time as an executive director of the old North Broken Hill.