AUSTRALIA: Rebel Directors Resign As Share Price Cools
Three of Rebel Sport's directors resigned today as the company's overheated share price finally started to cool, shedding nine per cent. George Ching Wah Goh, Joe Ching Lai Goh, and Daniel Benjamin Besen quit Rebel, which was recently taken over by Harvey Norman. The Singapore-based Goh brothers had previously attempted to gain control of Rebel while the Melbourne-based Besen family once controlled 19.7 per cent of the sports retailer.
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