And yet somehow Chairman Neil Chatfield flatly denies that Aristocrat’s products are built for addiction.
With every quarter of wage stagnation, households are changing their behaviour to reflect the fact that incomes simply aren't growing any more.
After Scott Morrison won the election, we were told a gleeful business community would be lifting investment. In fact, investment has slumped.
What's the bet Aristocrat Leisure's board will avoid answering any of these questions?
The cost is absolutely immense. But the final figures will depend on how quickly we rebuild.
It's unlikely that Kerry Stokes will want to put up more money to bail out a sinking Seven West Media.
The 'anonymity' of the internet means some reviews really don't hold back.
Since Joe Hockey dared General Motors to leave in 2013, a fundamental political change has seen Australia re-embrace protectionism, at a far higher cost than the car industry.