Former Australian editor Chris Mitchell calls it quits on fintech startup [Video]

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Now, 15 months later, they’ve called it quits after The Weekend West published revelations the company is fighting a wind-up application in the Federal Court amid allegations of extortion and money laundering. There is no suggestion Kelly, Mitchell or Murray engaged in such...

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Now, 15 months later, they’ve called it quits after The Weekend West published revelations the company is fighting a wind-up application in the Federal Court amid allegations of extortion and money laundering. There is no suggestion Kelly, Mitchell or Murray engaged in such conduct.

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The article claimed hundreds of investors had handed over more than $100 million to Bux …

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