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Search for next Fortescue CEO continues

Fortescue Metals chief executive Nev Power is confident the iron ore miner will have found his replacement by the time he steps down in February.
SBS

Fortescue Metals Group Limited shares sink on CEO departure

The Fortescue Metals Group Limited (ASX:FMG) share price has sunk lower after the surprise resignation of its CEO Nev Power…
Motley Fool

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News video: Fortescue CEO Power Says Iron Ore to Remain Core Business

Fortescue CEO Power Says Iron Ore to Remain Core Business 10:12

Aug.20 -- Fortescue Metals Group CEO Nev Power discusses his outlook for iron ore and talks about the company's earnings and performance. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: Iron Ore Has Declined Almost 40% From Feb. High

Iron Ore Has Declined Almost 40% From Feb. High 06:22

Jun.04 -- Fortescue Metals Group CEO Nev Power discusses his outlook for iron ore and commodities. He speaks with speaks with Stephen Engle from the JPMorgan Global China Summit in Beijing on..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: Fortescue CEO Says Debt to Remain Strategic Focus

Fortescue CEO Says Debt to Remain Strategic Focus 05:25

Feb.27 -- Nev Power, Fortescue Metals Group chief executive officer, discusses the company's growth strategy with Bloomberg's Danielle Bochove at the BMO Capital Markets Metals & Mining Conference.
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: CEO Says Fortescue Not Interested in Wesfarmers Coal

CEO Says Fortescue Not Interested in Wesfarmers Coal 01:25

Feb.27 -- Fortescue Metals has no interest in Wesfarmers' Australian coal operations, Chief Executive Officer Nev Power said in an interview. Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak:..
Source: Bloomberg Technology -

 

Fortescue says CEO Nev Power to step down in February

Fortescue Metals Group said on Friday chief executive Neville Power will step down from his position in February.
The Age

Fortescue CEO Nev Power says likely to appeal native title decision

Fortescue Metal Group is likely to lodge an appeal after the Federal Court recognised a native title claimant group has exclusive rights over Pilbara land where the company operates the Solomon iron..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The dream is officially over for iron ore

Nev Power, the man who runs Andrew Forrest's third force in iron ore, Fortescue, is something of an optimist.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Fortescue in tug-of-war with BHP

Fortescue chief Nev Power vows to compete with BHP for the contestable tugboat business at Port Hedland.
Brisbane Times

Fortescue vows to compete with BHP Billiton for tugboat work in Port Hedland

Fortescue chief Nev Power vows to compete with BHP for the contestable tugboat business at Port Hedland.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Fortescue to rein in debt

Fortescue chief Nev Power says the recent recovery in iron ore prices won’t sway his commitment to paying down debt.
The Australian

Prices ‘make flops inevitable’

Fortescue Metals Group chief Nev Power says it’s “inevitable” more mining companies will collapse.
The Australian

Fortescue chief Nev Power says iron ore prices stablising

Iron ore prices are "probably somewhere near the bottom", says Fortescue's chief.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Fortescue’s iron ore shipments strong

Unusually stable weather is supporting first-half shipments, Nev Power says.
The Australian

Fortescue Metals Group turns eye to M&A for growth

​Fortescue Metals Group chief executive Nev Power has joined the growing list of mining executives looking to M&A for growth and said "we certainly wouldn't restrict our interest to iron ore, we..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Fortescue tackles analyst

Fortescue CEO Nev Power says a report from Goldman Sachs warning of earnings pressure on the miner is ‘rubbish’.
The Australian


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