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On the Money: Fletcher, Peter Beck, Mainfreight, Ralph Norris and more

Victoria Young
Sat, 03 Jul 2021

Fletcher Building's Ross Taylor hasn't gotten in on the NZ housing market. (Image: Supplied)
Victoria Young
Sat, 03 Jul 2021
Welcome to On the Money, our weekly column on money and the people making it. Taylor’s home truthsIt would be fair to say Fletcher Buildings’ Ross “Mr Fixit” Taylor has made considerable positive change since crossing the ditch to take over at the NZX-listed building supplier. However, this week he revealed to On the Money his “biggest mistake” since hitting Kiwi shores: not buying a house. Taylor has a long-term rental in Auckland but has not committed to taking a slice of the NZ hou...

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