|Bid||0.00 x 0|
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|Day's Range||14.49 - 15.09|
|52 Week Range||13.42 - 16.71|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.80|
|Dividend & Yield||0.46 (3.11%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
BHP Billiton (BHP.AU) (BHP) is set to report its full-year earnings this week and activist shareholders will be hoping the world's largest miner will push ahead with some of the changes they have been demanding. Bloomberg has a taken a closer look at the issues confronting BHP Billiton as Elliott Management, which has a 5% in the London-listed shares, pushes for the divestment of its U.S. petroleum business and a focus on increasing shareholder returns: BHP Billiton Ltd.’s truce with activist investors led by billionaire Paul Singer won’t last long if the world’s biggest mining company doesn’t pump up returns and deliver on strategic reform in the wake of its expected bumper profit report this week. The naming in June of BHP’s youngest director Ken MacKenzie, 53, as chairman from next month has helped soothe disgruntled shareholders including Singer’s Elliott Management Corp., while continued demand growth in China for iron ore to coal is boosting prices, swelling earnings’ forecasts and raising expectations for higher payouts.
MUMBAI/BENGALURU, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The dramatic departure of Vishal Sikka as chief executive of Infosys, following a months-long public battle with the tech giant's founders, has left the company with another messy problem: how to find someone willing to replace him. The company's last CEO hunt in 2014 was a major challenge. Sikka, the eventual choice who was plucked from a top job at SAP , was the first chief appointed from outside the group of founders.
Infosys Ltd. begins the search for a new chief executive officer this week with a tough set of requirements for any candidate: The person must be capable of leading a 200,000 employee organization, willing ...