Stories by Nadia Cameron


CFOs: Start driving strategy and business value

Today’s CFO has evolved from financial controller to corporate stakeholder driving strategy and business value, industry commentators claim.

Written by Nadia Cameron18 March 13 09:12

Customer focused: Brisbane Airport CFO Michael Bradburn

CFOs need to improve their customer focus while continuing to spearhead strategic planning and delivery if they’re going to succeed in today’s world, Brisbane Airport Corporation’s (BAC) new CFO claims.

Written by Nadia Cameron05 March 13 09:05

Telecom recruits Lion CFO to lead financial strategy

ASX-listed Telecom (ASX: TEL) has appointed for Lion Group CFO Jolie Hodson as its new CFO as the operator looks to secure a new strategic position and make hundreds of job cuts in the face of a changing telecoms market.

Written by Nadia Cameron01 March 13 13:00

Continued innovation: Kimberly-Clark CFO Tony McMahon

Deloitte’s Q4 CFO Quarterly Survey suggests Australian CFOs are becoming tentatively more optimistic about their company’s financial prospects in 2013. We speak to Kimberly-Clark's CFO Tony McMahon to gauge his views.

Written by Nadia Cameron22 Feb. 13 16:30

Sundance CFO takes helm at Bauxite Resources

Sundance Resources will be looking to appoint a new financial chief after its CFO Peter Canterbury was revealed as the next CEO of ASX-listed bauxite and aluminium resources company, Bauxite Resources.

Written by Nadia Cameron12 Feb. 13 09:20

Industry mourns death of John Button

Tributes are flowing in for former Federal Labor Minister for Industry, Technology and Commerce, John Button, who died in his sleep on Monday night at the age of 74.

Written by Nadia Cameron09 April 08 17:35

Australia gets open source think-tank

A newly formed, Australian-based open source advisory group aims to deliver expert advice and information on free and open source software (FOSS).

Written by Nadia Cameron08 April 04 12:23

HDS storage network easy as ABC

Hitachi Data Systems is in the final stages of implementing a $1.7 million dollar storage network for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).

Written by Nadia Cameron05 Feb. 04 07:11

Garbee says Debian has a place in society

Governments in countries without strong IT infrastructure or skills are utilising free and open source software as part of a comprehensive plan to “boot strap” the populace into technology, a leading Linux representative has claimed.

Written by Nadia Cameron16 Jan. 04 14:23