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BHP Billiton

BHP, formerly known as BHP Billiton, is the trading entity of BHP Group Limited and BHP Group plc, an Anglo-Australian multinational mining, metals and petroleum dual-listed public company headquartered in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The Broken Hill Proprietary Company was founded on 16 July 1885 in the mining town of Silverton, New South Wales.[4] By 2017, BHP was the world's largest mining company, based on market capitalisation,[5][6] and was Melbourne's third-largest company by revenue.[7] BHP Billiton was formed in 2001 through the merger of the Australian Broken Hill Proprietary Company Limited (BHP) and the Anglo–Dutch Billiton plc,[8] forming a dual-listed company. The Australia-registered Limited has a primary listing on the Australian Securities Exchange and is one of the largest companies in Australia by market capitalisation
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Management Buyout
A management buyout (MBO) is a form of acquisition in which a company's existing managers acquire a large part, or all, of the company, whether from a parent company or non-artificial person(s). Management-, and/or leverage (finance)d buyout became noted phenomena of 1980s business economics. These so-called MBOs originated in the US, spreading first to the UK and then throughout the rest of Europe. The venture capital industry has played a crucial role in the development of buyouts in Europe, especially in smaller deals in the UK, the Netherlands, and France.[1] Management buyouts are similar in all major legal aspects to any other acquisition of a company. The particular nature of the MBO lies in the position of the buyers as managers of the company and the practical consequences that follow from that. In particular, the due diligence process is likely to be limited as the buyers already have full knowledge of the company available to them
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Australian Labor Party

The Australian Labor Party (ALP), also simply known as Labor and historically spelt Labour, is the major centre-left political party in Australian politics, and is currently in Opposition in the federal parliament. The ALP is a federal party, which political branches in each state and territory. They are currently in government in Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, the Australian Capital Territory, and the Northern Territory. The Labor Party is the oldest political party in Australia. The ALP was not founded as a federal party until after the first sitting of the Australian parliament in 1901. Nevertheless, it is regarded as descended from labour parties founded in the various Australian colonies by the emerging labour movement in Australia, formally beginning in 1891. Colonial labour parties contested seats from 1891, and federal seats following Federation at the 1901 federal election
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MC Labour Park

Administration & Training (1897–present)
VFL/AFL (1897–2005)
AFLW (2017–present)
VFLW (2018–present)

Other Australian Football Tenants
Northern Blues (VFL) (2012–2019)
Fitzroy Football Club (1967–1969), (1987–1993) (VFL/AFL)
Hawthorn Football Club (VFL/AFL) (1974–1991)
Western Bulldogs (AFL) (1997–1999)
Collingwood Reserves (VFL) (2008–2009)
Other Sporting Tenants
Carlton Cricket Club (1897–2000)
Balmain Tigers (NSWRL) (1994)
Melbourne Storm (Administration & Training) (2006–2010)
Melbourne Rebels (Administration & Training) (2011–2015)
Princes Park (or Carlton Recreation Ground, currently officially known by its sponsored name Ikon Park) is an Australian rules football ground located at Princes Park in the inner Melbourne suburb of Carlton North
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3AW

3AW is a talkback radio station based in Melbourne. It is broadcast on 693 kHz AM. It began transmission on 22 February 1932 as Melbourne's fifth commercial radio station. The station is owned and operated by Nine Entertainment Co.

3AW was created when a company formed by Allans, J.C. Williamson's and David Syme (then publishers of The Age newspaper) was granted a radio broadcasting licence,[1] with the first broadcast on 22 February 1932.[2] The "AW" in 3AW comes from the names of part-owners "Allans" and "J. C
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Carling O'Keefe Breweries
Carling O'Keefe was a
brewing company in Canada that is now part of Molson Coors. The company's origins can be traced to Canadian Breweries, which bought the Carling Brewery in 1930 and the O'Keefe Brewery in 1934. Canadian Breweries purchased numerous other brewers – some to shut down, and some solely for their brands. In 1969, Canadian Breweries was acquired by a subsidiary of Rothmans, which renamed the company as Carling O'Keefe in 1973. The company was sold in 1987, then merged with Molson in 1989. E. P. Taylor began forming Canadian Breweries Limited (CBL) in 1930, beginning with Brading Brewery of Ottawa and Kuntz Brewery of Kitchener. Carling was merged into the-then Brewing Corporation of Ontario later that year. O'Keefe was one of the major targets, but the acquisition was not completed until 1934.[1] Canadian Breweries Limited was a conglomerate, having purchased about 30 breweries
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