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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 $380 million Coca-Cola Amatil contract

The logistics company is sending sodas all around Oz. More »

Why Woolworths may win the food retail fight

Woolworths is separating itself with new brands. More »

Ramsay Health Care acquires 30 French hospitals

The health care company now operates 40 hospitals in France, bringing its five-country total to 151. More »

Aussie coal companies feel the squeeze from China’s diminishing demand growth

No country needs coal. Every country needs energy. More »

IAG snags underwriting business for $1.85 billion

The deal is expected to improve IAG’s Aussie profits and solidify its market-leading position in New Zealand. More »

Is there some good news for Qantas?

Brindabella Airlines is shutting down and Qantas seems set to step in. More »

Winemakers feel bullied by big retail

Winemakers want Woolworths and Wesfarmers to stop pinching their profit. More »

Kellogg cuts 100 jobs – does it know something Woolworths doesn’t?

Kellog is closing down an Aussie snacks factory. But with Woolworths sales soaring on local goods, is Kellogg about to crumble? More »

Can insurers compete with bushfires’ heat?

Tragedy strikes – will the claims come through? More »

DEXUS doesn’t need CPA to keep pulling profit

Regardless of the CPA acquisition, DEXUS is on the right track to pull profit. More »

Transfield sells joint venture to WorleyParsons for $30 million

Is this cash-strapped company cutting off too much fat? More »

Qantas sets sights lower for 2014

The airline expects some turbulence in its future flight plans. More »

A third car dealership heads for an IPO

Western Australia businessman John Hughes is taking his car retail company public. More »

Sydney Airport’s latest numbers are flying high

September passenger number boosted are up, up, and away. More »