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July 23, 1989 | JONATHAN WEBER, Times Staff Writer
At first, the reaction was bemusement, with references to Crocodile Dundee. Then, there was amazement as brash Australian investors began to conquer some of America's corporate giants, with the enthusiastic help of international bankers who financed their deals to the hilt. But now, the glory days of the charismatic, globe-trotting Aussie entrepreneur appear to be on the wane.
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October 1, 1990 | ROBERT WOODWARD, REUTERS
John Elliott, who turned a small fruit and jam canner into the world's fourth-largest brewer, has become another swashbuckling Australian tycoon whose corporate ship has run aground. Just 12 months ago, Elliott, head of the Elders IXL brewing, agriculture and finance group, said he was putting together a rescue plan for embattled businessman Alan Bond, who resigned last week as chairman of debt-laden Bond Corp. Now Elliott has had to erect a safety net of his own.
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BUSINESS
October 1, 1990 | ROBERT WOODWARD, REUTERS
John Elliott, who turned a small fruit and jam canner into the world's fourth-largest brewer, has become another swashbuckling Australian tycoon whose corporate ship has run aground. Just 12 months ago, Elliott, head of the Elders IXL brewing, agriculture and finance group, said he was putting together a rescue plan for embattled businessman Alan Bond, who resigned last week as chairman of debt-laden Bond Corp. Now Elliott has had to erect a safety net of his own.
BUSINESS
July 23, 1989 | JONATHAN WEBER, Times Staff Writer
At first, the reaction was bemusement, with references to Crocodile Dundee. Then, there was amazement as brash Australian investors began to conquer some of America's corporate giants, with the enthusiastic help of international bankers who financed their deals to the hilt. But now, the glory days of the charismatic, globe-trotting Aussie entrepreneur appear to be on the wane.
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