Rio Tinto Needs Aboriginal Person on Its Board: Advocate

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    Sep.10 — On this episode of “Bloomberg Equality,” Marcia Langton, associate provost at the University of Melbourne and one of Australia’s most prominent advocates for indigenous rights, talks about Rio Tinto Group’s destruction of ancient Aboriginal heritage sites and the exit of Chief Executive Officer Jean-Sebastien Jacques. Langton speaks with Haidi Stroud-Watts and Shery Ahn.

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    Rio Tinto Group, RIO (ASX), is an Anglo-Australian multinational and the world’s second largest metals and mining corporation, behind BHP, producing iron ore, copper, diamonds, gold and uranium.

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