Friday December 6, 2019

No more hiding as INM finally faces shareholders

Can the group's chief executive and chairman continue to work together?

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

22nd August, 2017
INM chief Robert Pitt (l) and chairman Leslie Buckley. Pic:

There is no more hiding for Independent News & Media. The rift between the publisher’s chairman and chief executive will burst into public on Wednesday as the company finally holds its annual general meeting.

What was it about the potential acquisition of Newstalk that prompted Pitt to raise an issue about it with INM’s senior independent director and subsequently make a protected disclosure under the state’s whistleblowing legislation to the Office of the...

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