User:Robert Merkel

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I'm a lecturer in the Clayton School of IT at Monash University in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

If you want to know more about me, have a look at my blog.


My currently dormant project is adding details for Australia's largest companies (the ASX top 30):


Alumina Limited, Amcor Limited, AMP Limited, Australia And New Zealand Banking Group Limited, Australian Gas Light Company, AXA Asia Pacific Holdings Limited (part of the global AXA group), BHP Billiton, BlueScope Steel, Boral, Brambles Industries, Coca-Cola Amatil, Coles Myer, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, CSL Limited, CSR Limited, John Fairfax Holdings Limited, Foster's Group Limited, General Property Trust, Insurance Australia Group Limited, James Hardie Industries N.V., Lend Lease Corporation Limited, Macquarie Bank Limited, Macquarie Infrastructure Group (these two are related, obviously), Mayne Group Limited, Mirvac Group, National Australia Bank, Newcrest Mining Limited, News Corporation (there are two different sorts of shares due to the shell games Rupert plays to maintain control of the group), Orica Limited, Origin Energy Limited, Promina Group Limited, Publishing and Broadcasting Limited (Kerry Packer's company), Qantas, QBE Insurance Group Limited, Rinker Group Limited, Rio Tinto Limited, Santos Limited, St George Bank Limited, Stockland, Suncorp-Metway Limited, Tabcorp Holdings Limited, Telecom Corporation Of New Zealand Limited, Telstra Corporation Limited, Wesfarmers Limited, Westfield Group, Westpac Banking Corporation, WMC Resources Limited, Woodside Petroleum, and Woolworths Limited.