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InDaily : August 22, 2012
Cornes Toyota home wed.22aug.2012 Adelaide’s daily independent news © Solstice Media 2012 Advertising enquiries Click here Editorial enquiries Click here Letters/comments Click here news nation/world business sport views reviews ispy property weather Adelaide 18° A few showers Young guns’ scorched earth farewell AD EXECS’ ADELAIDE SLAP: OLD, POLITICISED, MEDIOCRE, COMPLACENT Liam Mannix Australia’s new raft of proposals embodied in the Houston package to handle the surge in asylum- seekers is simply treading water and will get the country nowhere. Michael Roberts says latest ‘solution’ won’t stop the boats vIEw PAgE The young tyros who built prominent local ad firm Fnuky have bid farewell to the industry with an extraordinary public condemnation of Adelaide’s advertising industry and the city in general. David Campbell, supported by colleague Jeremy Ervine, used a popular internet site to list his grievances in an article entitled, Melbourne, here’s how not to be like Adelaide. There are five “tips” given, including #1: don’t leave all the old people in charge, #2 don’t rely on local clients, #3: don’t play politics, #4: don’t celebrate mediocrity, and #5: don’t be complacent. Campbell and Ervine believe they can afford to criticise their industry because they’ve sold Fnuky to pursue a career in film production. “I’ve been on my exit from the Adelaide advertising industry for several months,” Campbell... READ MORE nation/world business sport views reviews ispy property weather news BHP Billiton is predicted to post its first profit fall in three years late this afternoon in what some analysts say will be a symbolic end to the global mining boom. A year ago the biggest company on the domestic share market reported an Australian corporate record $US22 billion ($A21.01 billion) full year operating profit. This time the market consensus is for BHP to report a $US16.9 billion ($A16.14 billion) net profit when it reports at 4pm, which would end its run of ever- increasing record profits... READ MORE Will today signal “end of mining boom”? Jeremy Ervine, left, and David Campbell: “don’t leave all the old people in charge”. Daily Wine Deal Click here $30 $13 Advertising partners Sponsored by
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