Alumina chief quits

Alumina chief John Bevan will step down at the end of December after more than five years with the company. He will be replaced by board member Peter Wasow. Mr Bevan faced a first strike against his $2.2 million pay packet in May after investors said the salary was too high for what some regarded as a "post office" company that merely collected dividends.

Alumina chief John Bevan will step down at the end of December after more than five years with the company. He will be replaced by board member Peter Wasow. Mr Bevan faced a first strike against his $2.2 million pay packet in May after investors said the salary was too high for what some regarded as a "post office" company that merely collected dividends.

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