|Bid||1.47 x 789900|
|Ask||1.55 x 322500|
|Day's range||1.55 - 1.60|
|52-week range||1.40 - 1.75|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.16|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
HONG KONG--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- MetLife announced today that Joyce Au-Yeung has joined the company as vice president, Head of Health covering the Asia region. Au-Yeung will be based in Hong Kong and will report to Serge Raffard, MetLife senior vice president and Regional Head of Strategy, Product, Health for Asia.
A devout Christian who smashed a pie into Qantas chief Alan Joyce's face to protest gay marriage was charged on Thursday by Australian police with assault, trespassing and damage. The 67-year-old -- who local media identified as former farmer Tony Overheu -- walked on stage at a business breakfast event in Perth Tuesday and shoved a lemon meringue pie into the stunned Irishman's face.
Qantas chief Alan Joyce, who was hit in the face by a pie in a protest against gay marriage in Australia, said Wednesday he would not be silenced on important social issues. Joyce, a staunch supporter of equal rights, said he plans to bring charges against his attacker. The airline chief was targeted on Tuesday while addressing a business breakfast in Perth, when a man wearing a suit walked on stage and smothered a lemon meringue pie over the stunned Irishman.
Qantas chief Alan Joyce Wednesday vowed to keep speaking out on social issues after a man who smashed a pie in his face said he was making a statement about marriage equality. Joyce, a staunch supporter of gay marriage, was targeted on Tuesday while addressing a business function in Perth, with a man wearing a suit walking on stage and smothering the lemon meringue pie over him.