Myer stands by man
Myer chairman Paul McClintock and deputy chairman Rupert Myer have supported department store chief Bernie Brookes after a firestorm of abuse against the company on social media. Mr Brookes last week made comments about the burden of taxes on consumer spending, viewed by some as an attack on the disability insurance scheme.
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