9 August 2017 Robbie Patterson for The Manly Daily MILLIONAIRE businessman Dick Smith has taken aim at his own generation, saying its greed has crippled young people’s ability to own their first home. He launched a scathing attack on Australia’s politicians, accusing them of being too scared to make tax changes that would be unpopular … Read More
What do you think about the ads I’m about to run in the paper to help promote the Dick Smith Fair Go group? Your donations to the group help to pay for them. Any suggestions? Note: the TV ads referred to in the second ad will be run from August 15th.
NOVEMBER 9, 2016 10:37AM Frank Chung for news.com.au DICK Smith has launched an extraordinary attack on Aldi, accusing the “greedy” and “ruthless” discount retailer of siphoning “hundreds of millions of dollars” to Germany. In a scathing letter on Wednesday responding to Woolworths’ controversial decision to axe its deal with local fruit supplier SPC Ardmona, the outspoken entrepreneur … Read More
May 31, 2017 By Jake McCallum for the Hornsby Advocate Read the original article HERE. DICK SMITH has hit out against the Greater Sydney Commission and its plan for the future of Sydney — claiming the commissioner Lucy Turnbull, is relying on a “Ponzi scheme of endless greed and endless growth”. The businessman spoke on … Read More
June 2 2017 By Leith van Onselen for Macrobusiness. Read the original article HERE. In December last year, Dick Smith used his own money to fund an ad in Australia’s major newspapers challenging Lucy Turnbull – the chief commissioner of the Greater Sydney Commission (GSC) – on mass immigration, and asking her to outline what … Read More
October 29 2015 By Matt Ryan for Forager Funds. Read the original article HERE. Want to know how to turn $10m in to $520m in less than two years? Just ask Anchorage Capital. The private equity group has pulled off one of the great heists of all time, using all the tricks in the book, to … Read More
Australian businessman Dick Smith has blamed immigrants for high house prices, claiming the “enormous population increase” is making young families unable to buy their first home.