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Former chairman Allan Hubbard has been described as ungovernable, the Wizard of Timaru and the Holy Ghost as the trial of South Canterbury Finance continues. Cross-examination of former director Stuart Nattrass continued today at the trial of former
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 24° Min 14° Director speaks of inner SCF board NZ Newswire March 24, 2014, 6:34 pm There was a board within a board at South Canterbury Finance that with hindsight he should have objected to, former director Stuart
SCF director NZ Newswire March 19, 2014, 4:06 pm Former South Canterbury Finance director Stuart Nattrass says he had his doubts about a deal the company did with Woolpack Holdings, but Allan Hubbard assured him everything was fine.
The workings of South Canterbury Finance's boardroom have been relayed in court today, including an attempt to remove chairman Allan Hubbard. Former South Canterbury Finance (SCF) chief executive Lachie McLeod and former directors Edward Sullivan and
Photo / NZ Listner The statutory managers for the late Allan Hubbard's Aorangi Securities have lost a bid to exclude an American widow who had some $5.8 million invested with the Timaru businessman. In the High Court in Christchurch, Justice Robert
Square Feet Parts of a Pretzel Empire Are for Sale in Amish Country Laura Pedrick for The New York Times This restored commercial building is of the sites the Beilers are putting up for auction...Since 1988, philanthropy and a highly successful brand
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Michael Rapino, the chief executive of Live Nation Entertainment, has sold $11.7 million of stock in the company in recent days, representing about 38 percent of his direct holdings, the company revealed in a regulatory filing late Tuesday. The sales,
While the company has not announced its plans yet, Mr. Hubbard is expected to be out as early as this week, according to these people, who spoke on the condition that they not be named because the plans were private. A spokeswoman for Live Nation
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