Fortescue Metals Group and Minderoo Foundation chairman Andrew Forrest has pledged $70 million for the Australian bushfire crisis.
Fortescue Metals Group is attributing its record-breaking financial year to the diversity of the company’s leadership.
Fortescue Metals Group is one of 10 Western Australian mining, energy and resource companies joining an initiative to eliminate modern slavery risks within its supply chain.
Global philanthropic organisation chaired by Andrew Forrest, Minderoo Foundation has committed $US300 million ($442 million) to help end plastic waste worldwide.
A fake investment scheme that used the image of Fortescue Metals Group chairman Andrew Forrest has scammed a Western Australian woman out of $670,000.
Fortescue Metals Group has achieved a record $US3.2 billion net profit after tax in the 2019 financial year, a 195 per cent increase on the previous period as Chinese appetite grew.
Gina Rinehart, with a net worth of $13.81 billion, is placed second in the Australian Financial Review’s rich list this year.
Fortescue Metals Group is distributing over $1 billion worth of dividends to shareholders ahead of Labor’s plan to crack down on franking credits should it win Saturday’s federal election.
Seventeen of Australia’s richest 250 built their wealth upon the mining sector, with Hancock Prospecting’s Gina Rinehart leading the cohort with $13.12 billion.
Hancock Prospecting chair Gina Rinehart remains Australia’s richest person despite the fall in iron ore prices during 2018.
Fortescue Metals Group, in celebrating its achievements in the past 2018 financial year, has reinforced its focus on building sustainable mines of the future.
The Australian mining industry has closed the pay discrepancy gap between genders, according to a federal government report.
Fortescue has secured eight memoranda of understanding (MOUs) with major Chinese steel mills during the inaugural China International Import Expo (CIIE).
Fortescue founder Andrew Forrest has increased his holding in the company from 32.46 per cent to 33.87 per cent with the purchase of $US10.6 million ($15 million) of stock.
For the past 15 years the success of Fortescue Metals Group and growth of the Pilbara iron ore industry has been guided by one man – Andrew Forrest, winner of the Prospect Awards Lifetime Achievement Award.
FMG Amanda, the second iron ore carrier to join Fortescue Metals Group’s fleet this year, has arrived in Port Hedland, Western Australia.
Fortescue Metals Group has hit the 10-year milestone since it first exported iron ore from the Pilbara in Western Australia.
Hancock Prospecting chair Gina Rinehart has been joined by her children on the 2018 Forbes rich list.
Fortescue Metals Group has welcomed the newest addition to its iron ore carrier fleet — FMG David.
Lord Sebastian Coe, winner of two Olympic Games gold medals, will re-join Fortescue Metals Group as a non-executive director.