Your old mate reckons it’s incredible how people’s attitudes have changed since the COVID-19 crisis hit us.
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The writing is on the wall for Fonterra's chairman John Wilson, his board and management; fed-up farmer shareholders are demanding changes.
Fonterra farmers were angry with the directive from the Shareholders Council to vote against a remit, says Greg Gent.
Fonterra leaders and proponents of a smaller board could be on a collision course over the proposed governance review process.
The proposal to reduce the size of the Fonterra board is one the co-op can no longer ignore say its proponents, Greg Gent and Colin Armer.
Former Fonterra directors Greg Gent and Colin Armer are banking on the "silent majority" of co-op shareholders in their quest to revamp the board.
Speaking of Fonterra, the Hound received a curt note from a failed board candidate in last year's election...
Your old mate wonders if the recent sudden and under-the-radar departure of Fonterra's top communications man Kerry Underhill may be linked to the board's recent re-think on the co-op's communications strategy.
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Fonterra is selling its troubled China Farms business.
New farming rules around sustainability are driving elderly farmers out of the dairy industry, says agri-economist Phil Journeaux.
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