Tuesday August 4, 2020

All change on APN board

Independent News & Media bowed to pressure from investors in its Australian subsidiary APN last week by making a number of board changes

16th October, 2010

Independence was the word on everyone’s lips in Australian media company APN last week.

Investors argued that the subsidiary of Independent News & Media (INM) did not have enough of it, and the media giant, which owns 31.6 per cent of APN, bowed to the pressure by initiating significant board changes.

It was announced that telecommunications and digital media executive Brett Chenoweth will replace Brendan Hopkins as chief executive, who will retire at the...

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