Forbes Australia Releases Its New Issue Featuring Harry Triguboff

Issue 10 of Forbes Australia is out now. Tap the image to secure your copy.

Highlights of the issue include interviews with Peter Fox, Meg O’Neill and more.

Sydney, AUSTRALIA (April 18, 2024)

Leading the issue is Harry Triguboff’s extraordinary journey to becoming Australia’s third richest person. At 91, Triguboff is still waiting for everyone else to see things his way. He explains how he has left his rivals in the shade, why he just keeps getting better and his secret for a long life.

Now the man they call ‘High-Rise Harry’, still works full-time at the helm of his Meriton property empire that started with a block of land in Tempe, NSW, over six decades ago.

You can read the full story by Mark Whittaker in issue 10 of Forbes Australia, including insights from some of the contractors and politicians Harry Triguboff has clashed with over the years.

Elsewhere in the magazine, Peter Fox, executive chairman of Linfox and son of billionaire Lindsay Fox, talks about the challenges of navigating the logistics giant he controls towards a more sustainable future.

Jessica Sepel speaks from the United States, where she’s been based for the last eight months, working on the international expansion of JSHealth amidst an explosion in the global vitamins market.

Meg O’Neill shares some of the leadership lessons she took from ExxonMobil to her new role at Woodside.

Other highlights of the new issue include:

Chris Tynan of Blackstone on the future strategies for their $25 billion investment in Australian property;

Kelly Ryan, former CEO of Netball Australia, speaks out on the pay disputes and loss of sponsorship from Hancock Prospecting;

plus, a sneak peek at the first electric Rolls-Royce, what’s next for Y Combinator, and much more.

The issue is also packed with Forbes Life content across travel, luxury, life, property and style.