Dryblower and Hamlet's return at Rio Tinto

IF William Shakespeare had not written the tragedy of Hamlet some 400 years ago, Dryblower reckons he would today have the perfect raw material in the tragedy of Rio Tinto, including the company’s own Prince of Denmark, Jakob Stausholm.

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In the original, Hamlet is heir to the throne of Denmark who faces insufferable challenges after the death of his father who reappears as a ghost calling for revenge - after that, the plot gets a