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D-Day for Rio Tinto boss as board meets to decide his fate – Sydney Morning Herald

Directors of the global mining group are said to be turning on each other as the pressure builds over who should accept responsibility for the Juukan Gorge fiasco.

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So intense is the pressure, directors are now said to be turning on each other: pointing fingers across the board table at fellow directors that they considered had misread the magnitude of the crisis and the response it required, according to British media reports.
Shareholders, including AustralianSuper, Hesta, the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors and a group of large UK investors have made it abundantly clear that Rios first attempt at contrition cutting a total $7 million from…

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