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AFR | 5/17/2017
Fairfax Media has received a competing bid from global private equity firm Hellman & Friedman valuing the publisher at up to $2.87 billion.
From global private equity firm Hellman & Friedman, the bid is for a range of $1.225 to $1.25 per share, compared with the TPG consortium proposal of $1.20.
SMH | 5/17/2017
The world's richest people lost $US35 billion ($47 billion) when global equity markets were rocked overnight by political turmoil in the US, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Domain | 5/15/2017
While saving for a home requires cutbacks on luxuries, which is something you’re no doubt sick of hearing, it’s definitely okay – and important even – to have at least one thing you indulge in. Life is short after all, so it must be enjoyed!
Guardian Australia | 5/15/2017
BHP Billiton, the world’s biggest miner is rebranding, changing its name back to just BHP from this week.
The company is rolling out a $10m advertising campaign that includes television ads and a new slogan, “Think Big”, to facilitate the change.
The Guardian | 5/10/2017
The Fairfax Media chief executive, Greg Hywood, was paid as much as $7.2m in 2016 – substantially more than the $2.74m reported by the company in its last executive pay rundown.