There were other fireworks during the meeting, like for example when Lampert compared Sears - which hasn't posted a profit in six years - to Amazon's early unprofitable growth.
He predicted people will look back and wonder how they missed the Sears' turnaround.
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Ray Hadley was born and raised in Paddington, Sydney but has claimed at various times to have lived on a farm in Eungai Rail on the mid north coast of New South Wales as well as a "housing commission house in Dundas valley".
In December 2001, Hadley joined 2GB to present the weekend rugby league coverage but when fellow 2UE presenter Alan Jones moved to 2GB from 2UE in April 2002, Ray accepted an offer to present the morning show as well.
Hadley's opening theme is "Murrumbidgee" by one of his favourite country groups, The Wolverines, who are also great mates, while the closing theme is the world famous country instrumental "Last Date" from renowned country pianist Floyd Cramer.
In 2009 Hadley started broadcasting to a wider audience.