Tue, 19 Jun 2012 6:00p.m.
The ACC-Bronwyn Pullar privacy scandal has now claimed its sixth casualty - another board member.
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20/06/2012 3:52:58 a.m.
Just when did he resign? And why then did miss collins not say anything to the public in the numerous interviews she had? And what is this politics miss collins is pushing at acc?
20/06/2012 12:31:17 a.m.
Board members and the CEO jumping ship of their own accord. I've never seen this before, at least, not in these numbers from the same Board. Looks like an attempt to escape something bad; maybe a sign that the SFO should start to sniff about.
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