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Myer’s activist investors lay ground for annual meeting showdown
Date: 20 September 2018. Duration: 11:18
Australian department store chain Myer Holdings faced renewed criticism from its largest shareholder and activist investor Solomon Lew, who said drops in sales and earnings showed the board is a disgrace and needs replacing. But a new chief executive at the company has attracted a second activist investor, Wilson Asset Management, to take a stake in the retailer and support the new management as well as the incumbent board – placing the two investors at odds with one another.
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Myer's board, management should remain, investor Wilson Asset Management says (19 September 2018)