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Glenn Dyer

Crikey business and media commentator

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Domain boss quits: is the golden goose cooked?

January 22, 2018 2

News of Catalano's departure has hit the share price hard.

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

January 22, 2018

Tennis and cricket have dominated in the first week of 2018's return to TV ratings.

The overlooked area of our economy that could hold the key to productivity

January 22, 2018 1

We talk a lot about productivity but rarely with any seriousness. And we might not even be looking in the right place for growth.

Injury of the ancient mariner: Rupert Murdoch wrecks his back while sailing

January 18, 2018 2

Rupert Murdoch's famous love of sailing has landed him in hospital. Can the 86 year old sustain the hobby?

Carillion and Co expose serious flaws in outsourcing

January 18, 2018 10

Does poor management of outsourcing by governments breed laziness and incompetence in major companies? The collapse of a major UK company poses serious questions for a key tenet of neoliberalism.

Was Rupert Murdoch lured into a honey trap with a Chinese spy?

January 17, 2018 26

The Wall Street Journal claims Rupert Murdoch's ex-wife, Wendi Deng, is a spy. We take a look back at how their relationship blossomed to begin with.

Six threats that Foxtel executives will be watching for in 2018

December 22, 2017 2

More people are watching TV on more platforms than ever, but Australia's only pay TV network is struggling. But what are the biggest threats facing Foxtel?

Netflix could be a frenemy rather than foe

December 18, 2017 1

As Disney squares up to take on Netflix's streaming dominance, it would do well to learn how to make friends.

Murdoch goes back to the future to distract from his declining legacy

December 15, 2017 6

Rupert Murdoch's spin is in overdrive as he tries to justify the Fox-Disney sale as anything but what it is: a necessary deal to save a falling company.

News Corp’s ‘political’ decision to pull out of newspaper circulation audits

December 14, 2017 2

News Corp's decision to stop reporting its print figures to the Audited Media Association of Australia is a political decision that lacks transparency.