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Executive Transactions

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 23 / 17

Australian Football League side Western Bulldogs is expected to be "officially informed" of AMEET BAINS ' appointment as the club's new CEO on Monday. Bains' appointment is "set to be confirmed this week," with the outgoing St. Kilda COO becoming the club's fourth CEO in three years ( THE AGE, 10/...

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