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Three In Running For ARL Commission CEO Job
Published August 30, 2012
LOOKING TO CAPITALIZE: In Sydney, Stuart Honeysett noted Grant said that the ARLC was "in a position to offer an appropriate remuneration package for the right candidate." Grant added that the ARLC would be looking for "a strong leader who could capitalise" on the A$1B media rights deal to "help grow business." Grant said, "The key criteria is that they've got to have a really solid commercial background. It's about the footy on the field, which is at the heart of the business, but around that it's about growing a business" (THE AUSTRALIAN, 8/30).