Commonwealth Bank CEO Ralph Norris is taking a 10% pay cut, but he'll still be earning substantially more than his predecessor.
The victims of the Nicholas Bolton-Leighton-BrisConnections secret deal have certainly not laid down, with continued legal action against BrisConnections and Macquarie Bank likely.
Much of the good news which has spurred the latest market rally is not really good news at all.
Rio Tinto shareholders should send a message next week to Rod Eddington that repeated failures to act in their interests will not be tolerated.
It has emerged that the Julie Anne Barrow Charitable Trust has amassed a sizable stake in BrisConnections, believed to be almost 5% of the units.
The plot of the BrisConnections fiasco resembles that of a poorly written stage-play. A prose full of twists and turns, with no heroes, but plenty of villains.
The David Leckie share sell-off is a neat example of why equity incentive plans can fail to align with shareholder and executive interests, writes Adam Schwab.