The bitter irony of the leaking Aussies

Pattrick Smellie
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Breaking continuous disclosure rules – an accepted tactic in Aussie capital markets?
Pattrick Smellie
Sun, 18 Apr 2021
The most professionally satisfying journalism is original rather than spun from a widely distributed press statement or drummed up as a dreaded ‘matcher’ for someone else’s more brilliant work.It’s even better when the story counts as a scoop – a yarn that only you have because only you thought to go down a particular line of inquiry or because your great contacts volunteered a nugget without even being asked.Back in my youth as a cub reporter for the business pages of The Dominion – the early 80s – one...

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