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Justin Loiseau

Justin Loiseau hails from the great united state of North Carolina, where he started his first business at the ripe age of five: melting crayons into candles. With the infamous Crayola Crash of 1994, Justin moved on to study economics and environmental studies as a Morehead-Cain Scholar at the University of North Carolina. He has worked in a variety of sectors across the globe, from management consulting to the United Nations, and once spent three months examining invasive snails in Vietnam. Justin discovered The Motley Fool in 2012 and it’s been love ever since. Creativity, contrarianism, kerfuffling… what more could one want? When he’s not playing the Fool, you can find Justin at the University of Auckland, where he is pursuing a Masters in Economics as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar. Justin finds biogas digesters fascinating and can unicycle a mile in seven minutes.

Toll Group grabs $90 million logistics project

Toll teams up with INPEX to construct logistics centers. More »

David Jones Limited won’t swap Myer stock

The price isn’t right for this risky union. More »

Toll Holdings Limited snags $250 million Shell contract

This latest agreement furthers the partnership between fuel provider Shell and transporter Toll. More »

Coca-Cola Amatil Ltd shuffles fruit juice business while keeping local focus

Consumers are demanding local products – and Coca-Cola Amatil is answering their call. More »

Woodside Petroleum Limited sells more LNG to Japan

The company snags another multi-year supply agreement. More »

DEXUS Property Group acquires $161 million Brisbane office tower

Yet another new acquisition for DEXUS' diversified property portfolio. More »

Does Coca-Cola Amatil Ltd face competition from Suntory?

Coca-Cola Amatil's new liquor focus just got shaken, not stirred. More »

BSA Limited snags Transfield Limited exec for CEO

BSA finally fills its empty executive slot. More »

Transurban Group revenue up 13.3% as upgrades deliver

New Sydney upgrade benefits Transurban's bottom line and Sydney commuters' travel time. More »

Lend Lease continues London Olympic area redevelopment

The property company is going for gold on old Olympic grounds. More »

Billabong focuses on females for turnaround

The surfwear company's hoping for a fresh start with its new Billabong Womens GM. More »

IAG ups catastrophe reinsurance program to $5.6 billion for 2014

The insurance company is doling out more dollars for earthquakes and other major catastrophes. More »

Toll Group hands over Queensland rail rights to Asciano

The two companies extend agreements to free up finances and keep Toll's customers content. More »

Does Ansell’s latest divestment mean a bigger dividend?

Ansell is shedding less-profitable subsidiaries from its Comasec acquisition. More »