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The Dirty Dozen: Australia’s biggest climate foes, part 1

Who are the 12 people doing the most to block action on climate change in Australia? With a new government in place, and Australia’s emissions stubbornly high, we name and shame a fresh Dirty Dozen …

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Forbes rich: Bill’s back, Zuckerberg zooms, more women (with Gina)

Whatsapp, Facebook and more women were the notable inclusions on this years Forbes Rich List, writes Yolanda Redup at SmartCompany.

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The business crims and characters who made our year

It was a good year to read the business pages. Here are some of the top characters who caught our fancy in 2013 — from Gina Rinehart to Walk King and Frank O’Halloran.

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Rinehart a no-show as Ten telecasts its financial woes

There was no sign of Ten’s most high-profile shareholder, nor was there any good news.

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Tips and rumours

Rubbish jobs … who will play Gina … our strangest mayors. Plus other tips

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Gina Rinehart: Australia’s small business expert?

Gina Rinehart is putting her clout behind the small business cause SmartCompany journalist Yolanda Redrup.

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The Power 50: meet the most powerful women in Australia

Here are the eight most powerful women in Australia, as ranked by Crikey’s annual Power 50. So which names are on the rise — and who might fall off the list next year?

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The Power 50: taking care of business

Gina Rinehart, Australia’s richest person, is the top businessperson on Crikey’s Power 50 list. Fellow miner Twiggy Forrest also makes an appearance, and media mogul James Packer is moving up in the world (and the rankings).

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Tips and rumours

Gina Rinehart v the kids: negotiations continue … Joe Hockey “not getting a grip on Treasury” … La Trobe faculty changes ahead … crowning our most sexist men …

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History will be on Gillard’s side

Crikey readers have their say on Kevin Rudd, Syria and the Netherlands.

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Tips and rumours

Rinehart’s European holiday … Oz scribe has cozy drinks with Coalition crew … Indi Google games …

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Media briefs: new Media Watch host … Dank sues for deffo …

Who will be the new host of the ABC’s Media Watch? That, and other media news.

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Gina to take the stand as journos ratchet up press freedom battle

Billionaire mining heiress Gina Rinehart looks set to be cross-examined by her kids’ lawyers later this year. But they’re not the only parties peeved with the iron ore magnate.

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Rinehart gets on board Melbourne’s campaign to lure Rio home

It’s not often that Stephen Mayne and Gina Rinehart agree. But they’ve found common ground in urging mining giant Rio Tinto, which has recently slashed its Melbourne workforce, to relocate its headquarters from London to Australia.

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Abbott, Bolt, Rinehart fawn in the IPA court of King Murdoch

An anonymous Crikey mole managed to snag a ticket to the Institute of Public Affairs’ 70th birthday party. Find out what Bolt, Murdoch, Rinehart and Abbott got up to …

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Murdoch, Abbott, Rinehart, Bolt: Tory-fest in Melbourne tonight

The leading lights of Australia’s Right-leaning power clique are converging on Melbourne for a gala dinner tonight: from Rupert Murdoch to Andrew Bolt and, of course, Tony Abbott. Read about the big do here.

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Tips and rumours

Your morning tea with John Howard and Albrechtsen … where is Rebekah Brooks? … newspaper chiefs and their high salaries …

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No hope for media reform

Crikey readers talk media reform, Rupert Murdoch, and why Parade’s End deserves better than GEM.

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Fairfax journos fire up over Rinehart but Bolt stays silent

Fairfax journalists are rallying to support Adele Ferguson in her stoush with Gina Rinehart. But where is Andrew Bolt, so-called defender of free speech?

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Women in business: the top 30 entrepreneurs in 2013

To celebrate International Women’s Day, our friends at SmartCompany name Australia’s top 30 female entrepreneurs in 2013. Cara Waters and Patrick Stafford report.

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Another revamp won’t save Murdoch’s Ten debacle

Hamish McLennan, the new CEO of Ten, has promised the network’s third revamp in two years. But until its deals with the Murdoch-owned Shine and Fox are reworked, an improvement in ratings seems unlikely

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How Citi and Network Ten’s cabal of billionaires shafted retail investors

Ten Network Holdings is offering a bargain basement four-for-five share offer at 20c tomorrow. Shareholders might be advised to get involved.

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Crikeys 2012: who in business won (and lost) it all

Who deserves the title of best CEO? Which business has had the best comeback this year? Which was the business world’s biggest failure? The 2012 Crikeys continue …

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Gina isn’t that bad

Crikey readers weigh in.

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Now’s the time to speak up about sexist language in the media

Lesley Barclay looks at how two of Australia’s most powerful women — Julia Gillard and Gina Rinehart — have been portrayed in the media, and encourages others to speak out against sexist language.

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