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Roxy Jacenko pleads for 'loving husband' Oliver Curtis to avoid jail - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Roxy Jacenko pleads for 'loving husband' Oliver Curtis to avoid jail
The Sydney Morning Herald
Curtis' father Nick, the former chairman of rare earth miner Lynas Corporation, said in a separate reference that at the time of the offence his son was a "brash youth who turned 22 in August of 2007" and his risk of reoffending was "non-existent". He ...
Oliver Curtis case: Nick Curtis, Roxy Jacenko implore court for no jailThe Australian Financial Review

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Convicted insider trader Oliver Curtis pleads for non-custodial sentence - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Convicted insider trader Oliver Curtis pleads for non-custodial sentence
The Sydney Morning Herald
Curtis' father Nick, the former chairman of rare earth miner Lynas Corporation, "will always stand by him, as one would expect" and had given him a job after the insider trading charges emerged. But Mr Thangaraj said a "typical young adult" would want ...
Oliver Curtis, pictured with wife Roxy Jacenko, will be sentenced on June 24. Picture: David MoirNEWS.com.au

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Twiggy gives insider trader a second chance - Courier Mail


Courier Mail

Twiggy gives insider trader a second chance
Courier Mail
Mr Wang worked with Mr Curtis Sr at the China National Non-ferrous Metals Corporation, Sino Mining International, Lynas Corp and Rutila Resources. Mr Hobgood-Brown worked with Mr Curtis Sr at Sino Gold Mining Limited, where he was a group executive ...

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Lynas Misses Debt Payments And Is Back In The Red - Seeking Alpha


Seeking Alpha

Lynas Misses Debt Payments And Is Back In The Red
Seeking Alpha
Scheduled debt payments have been postponed: bankruptcy is a real possibility and at the very least, creditors are effectively in control of Lynas. Lynas' creditors have a need that potentially conflicts from the company's solvency or profitability ...

Guilty verdict won't end Oliver Curtis and Roxy Jacenko's lavish lifestyle - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Guilty verdict won't end Oliver Curtis and Roxy Jacenko's lavish lifestyle
The Sydney Morning Herald
The insider trading trial of the decade may have ended in a guilty verdict for Oliver Curtis, hubby of PR queen, Roxy Jacenko, but it won't be the end of their lavish lifestyle. The $1.4 million that Curtis and his partner in crime, John Hartman, made ...
Oliver Curtis found guilty of insider tradingThe Australian Financial Review
Inside trader's hard road to successThe West Australian

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Martin Sheppard takes out the dirty laundry which ruined Spotless image - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Martin Sheppard takes out the dirty laundry which ruined Spotless image
The Sydney Morning Herald
While Oliver Curtis sat through one of the last days of his court hearing on insider trading charges on Monday, his dad Nick Curtis might have been distracted by the latest news from rare earths miner he used to run, Lynas Corp. Its banks agreed to ...

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Lynas Corp gets debt reprieve - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Lynas Corp gets debt reprieve
The Sydney Morning Herald
Struggling rare earths miner Lynas has earned a reprieve with its lenders agreeing to postpone payments due in May and September until December. The company said, in a statement on Monday, a $US2 million principal repayment due on June 30, as well ...

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S&P/ASX 200 set to rise: 8 shares to watch - Motley Fool Australia


S&P/ASX 200 set to rise: 8 shares to watch
Motley Fool Australia
Rare-earths miner Lynas Corporation Limited (ASX: LYC) confirmed the completion of amendments for both of its debt facilities. Lynas said the amendments reflect the support of both lender groups. Qantas Airways Limited (ASX: QAN) released its traffic ...

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Year-end turn in rare earth prices seen as Lynas losses near $1b - Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Year-end turn in rare earth prices seen as Lynas losses near $1b
Sydney Morning Herald
The wild ride for rare earths stocks may not be over, with a well-known expert on rare earths warning it may not be until the end of the year before prices rise – signalling concerns over the outlook for troubled rare earths producer Lynas Corp. Lynas ...
Rare earths miner Lynas narrows interim lossThe Australian (subscription)

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Lynas Corp survives the price bust - The Advertiser


Lynas Corp survives the price bust
The Advertiser
Australian rare-earths miner Lynas has emerged from the industry's boom and bust as the lone survivor, and as chief executive Amanda Lacaze begins to market the firm to investors. A resurgent Lynas has seen its stock rally from a low point of 3.3c ...

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