Corporate Edge Makes Global Player

Businessman Graeme Hart – “the New Zealander with aspirations to take on the world” – has joined the bidding war for Australia’s major food group, Goodman Fielder. If successful, he will helm a $4.3 billion combined food empire – one of the largest in the world. Hart has made his name with risky ventures (he steered a troubled Burns Philip back from financial ruin in 1997.) Says one analyst: “I don’t think he’s motivated by proving people wrong. He’s motivated to do what he wants to do.”  


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Allbirds Puts a Label on Fashion’s Climate Impact

Allbirds Puts a Label on Fashion’s Climate Impact

Allbirds’ sustainability lead Hana Kajimura talks to The Guardian’s Nadra Nittle about why the company, founded by New Zealander Tim Brown and American Joey Zwillinger, uses carbon labelling to raise consumer…