Helloworld faces $205m write down charge
by Daisy Melwani / Hannah Edensor
Helloworld is on track for a profitable FY15, but is expecting to incur a non-cash impairment charge of $205 million arising from legacy transactions. We chat to Elizabeth Gaines on the “strong” results.
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