Australian companies are winning the war on your pay

Australian companies are winning the war on your pay

and February 22, 2018 4

East coast workers' real wages have gone backwards or stood still under Malcolm Turnbull. Only the generous Victorian government is propping up wages growth.

Fairfax gets friendly with News Corp as it looks to cut losses in New Zealand

Fairfax gets friendly with News Corp as it looks to cut losses in New Zealand

February 21, 2018 3

Fairfax's interim results are in and it's bad news for New Zealand, where the company is slashing 35% of its news paper holdings to offset tumbling profits.

Seven West ‘temporarily suspends’ dividend to reduce debt

Seven West ‘temporarily suspends’ dividend to reduce debt

February 20, 2018

It seems the board has rejected other approaches, such as a rights issue, to help recapitalise the company.

Telstra is better at selling subscriptions to Foxtel than Foxtel itself

Telstra is better at selling subscriptions to Foxtel than Foxtel itself

February 16, 2018

Telstra has built the fastest growing subscription/streaming service in the country with its Telstra TV product. And Foxtel can't keep up.

Foxtel tidies its books ahead of revamp

Foxtel tidies its books ahead of revamp

February 14, 2018 1

News Corp and Telstra are putting the finishing touches on their revamp of Foxtel.

Will Telstra’s adventures abroad plug its leaks back home?

Will Telstra’s adventures abroad plug its leaks back home?

February 14, 2018 3

Amid a slew of bad deals and a stagnant share-price, shareholders shouldn't hold their breath that Telstra's Asian excursions will pay off.

Seven’s share price slumps

Seven’s share price slumps

February 12, 2018 1

Seven West Media's chronically low share price raises questions about how the company plans to claw itself back into the black.

News Corp finds itself once again propped up by digital real estate holdings

News Corp finds itself once again propped up by digital real estate holdings

February 9, 2018

The company's second quarter report shows that, amid declining advertising revenues, they're leaning more than ever on new digital acquisitions and smaller operations

So that’s where all your energy money has been going!

So that’s where all your energy money has been going!

February 9, 2018 8

AGL told the ASX yesterday that its profit had nearly doubled to $622 million from $325 million a year earlier.

Foxtel uses its puppet peak body to avoid gambling regulation

Foxtel uses its puppet peak body to avoid gambling regulation

February 8, 2018 4

Foxtel seems to be pushing for an exemption from tough new laws surrounding gambling ads, by using ASTRA, the peak subscription TV body, to show mercy to its "small audiences".