Tuesday, 13 October 2009
Poppies don’t come any taller in Australia than James Packer so there has been much delight in recent weeks as people point to the massive losses incurred in some of his gambling ventures in the United States, Europe and Macao. Which is what made this morning’s column James still on a roll by Terry McCrann in the Melbourne Herald Sun such an interesting read. Instead of going with the giggling flow McCrann looked at what had happened to the Packer legacy since it was left to James by his Dad Kerry. And the result? He’s done very nicely with his investment strategy, thank you. It’s terrible isn’t it when journalists let a few facts spoil a good story.
Posted by Richard Farmer at 20:12