Dryblower on the problems with BHP's defence which is not impressing investors

TOO big to fail, or too big to succeed, that’s what puzzles Dryblower about BHP, a company which enjoys being big but which has also been a persistent disappointment to the people who really matter, its shareholders.

Dryblower on the problems with BHP's defence which is not impressing investors Dryblower on the problems with BHP's defence which is not impressing investors Dryblower on the problems with BHP's defence which is not impressing investors Dryblower on the problems with BHP's defence which is not impressing investors Dryblower on the problems with BHP's defence which is not impressing investors

Playing the “big card” last week and dropping Billiton from its name was the latest move in what seems likely to be a long-running battle to fend over the New York raider, Elliott Associates and its