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PART THREE: Nathan's Finance - what went wrong, in Moses' words

Rod Vaughan
Sat, 16 Jun 2012

[continues from part two]

Moses is especially upset that the receiver of Nathans, PwC, is still holding the $1.085 million in reparations that he and the other directors have made to investors.

In his case he paid $425,000, which he had to borrow.

“I will be angry if the receivers

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Rod Vaughan
Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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