The Boardroom Report

Volume 12 | Issue 24 | 10 December 2014

Repeal bill passes lower house

The 100-member rule, which enables 100 shareholders to call an extraordinary  general meeting, may finally be heading for extinction.

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Also in this issue

  • Diversity scholarship winners announced

    Seventy new recipients of diversity scholarships under a joint Australian Institute of Company Directors and federal government program have been revealed.

  • Preparing for 2015

    Boards look set to face their biggest test since the global financial crisis in the coming year, according to the latest issue of Company Director magazine.

  • US report sheds light on inequality

    A study of Harvard Business School graduates has revealed some fascinating insights into the persistence of the gender gap among business leaders.

  • Small business to save millions

    Employers look set to benefit from $20 million in savings when the government expands access to the Small Business Superannuation Clearing House next year.

  • Aussie generosity rising

    Australia has climbed to sixth place in a global report measuring contributions to charity around the world. 

  • AIRA updates IR guidelines

    The Australasian Investor Relations Association has released an updated version of its best practice investor relations guidelines.


  • Mirvac Group boosts board

    Two female non-executive directors have been appointed to the Mirvac Group board.