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The secret history of levies: the AFR on Bernie Brookes

Levies have played a significant role in the Australian economy in recent years, and the Financial Review’s reflexive support for Bernie Brookes does its readers no favours.

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What David Coe taught us: CEO and chairmen can’t be one

When examining companies that collapse, especially very large ones, there is a common feature in the way they are managed: the person running and chairing the company is one of the same.

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Who needs credit ratings? They should be optional

Banks and investors should thrive or die by the quality of their own assessments of credit risk. They have the most incentive to get it right, writes Adam Creighton, a research fellow at The Centre For Independent Studies.

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Millionaire Factory turns corporate dud club

It takes a lot of talent to better the likes of Rodney Adler, Ray Williams and the other incompetents who gave Australia its biggest ever corporate loss, but this is exactly what Macquarie Bank has done.

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