Don't expect to hear much from ex-Crown chair Rob Rankin, even after James Packer threw him under the bus.
The pandemic is likely to exacerbate existing trends toward highly concentrated markets and investment, changing the nature of economic and political power as it does so.
The government has long insisted the biggest threat to our security comes from sinister figures operating online. In fact it comes from some of our highest-profile companies failing to enforce the law.
Australian business has a pervasive culture of trying to change the rules to help them make money. Daryl Maguire is only the crudest example.
It's ugly but it's mesmerising watching the Crown inquiry as it unpacks how business is done behind the scenes in the billionaire's family.
If unions were stronger, wages may not have stagnated and people might be willing to work in the horticulture industry.
In 2019, Crown Resorts dodged a question from Crikey founder and shareholder activist Stephen Mayne. Now it's come back to bite the scandal-plagued company.
The government's energy policy has been written by fossil fuel companies, to promote the scams of the fossil fuel companies, with taxpayers handing money to fossil fuel companies.