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Little Kerry is facing some big trouble at Seven

Little Kerry is facing some big trouble at Seven

Seven West Media is about to report its interim results for the 2019-20 financial year. It's going to be ugly.

Coronavirus hits Australian wine exports hard

Coronavirus hits Australian wine exports hard

The Australian wine industry has already taken a hit due to the bushfires. Further loss of sales could be devastating.

Who will benefit from a new coal-fired power plant in Queensland?

Who will benefit from a new coal-fired power plant in Queensland?

It's the latest political football in the government's bitter climate wars. But one mining company is hoping to benefit from the 'unviable' project.

The real reason why everyone thinks Queensland coal miners totally rock

The real reason why everyone thinks Queensland coal miners totally rock

While politicians claim they want to support coal miners, the real appeal of coal lies in the tens of billions of dollars in exports it earns every year — and the wealthy interests it funds.

What royal commission? Commonwealth Bank proves impervious to pain

What royal commission? Commonwealth Bank proves impervious to pain

Many predicted years of trouble for the Commonwealth Bank as scandals and regulation engulfed it. Instead it has all proven to be a minor inconvenience as the bank cruises to more success.

Meet the industry that says it can't survive 2.2% wage growth

Meet the industry that says it can't survive 2.2% wage growth

The restaurant industry is angry that industrial relations law is being enforced and employers who underpay workers are being revealed. But if an industry can't survive when the wages it pays are virtually stagnant, there's something seriously wrong.

Exit stage right: another vocal executive leaves to the sound of one hand flapping

Exit stage right: another vocal executive leaves to the sound of one hand flapping

Mike Kane of Boral is only the latest in a long line of business figures who like to lecture the rest of us while their shareholders endure huge losses.

Anti-wind report powered Angus Taylor's career. But who wrote it and why?

Anti-wind report powered Angus Taylor's career. But who wrote it and why?

An Inq investigation into questionable figures used by Energy Minister Angus Taylor to discredit the wind industry raises questions about the role of Taylor’s former employer.

Wage growth is going from bad to worse

Wage growth is going from bad to worse

The Reserve Bank has again downgraded its wage growth forecasts. And that's before we find out if increasing compulsory super really does reduce wages growth.

Mining companies try to handle the heat from Australia's bushfires

Mining companies try to handle the heat from Australia's bushfires

Splashing cash around mightn't be enough to shift public perception after a summer of devastating bushfires.