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Business Council spruiks its history of climate action

Business Council spruiks its history of climate action

Crikey has long been sceptical of the BCA’s record on climate change, so we couldn't wait to read its revised climate policy.

Trivago ruling opens a can of worms for booking websites

Trivago ruling opens a can of worms for booking websites

Hotel booking site Trivago has been slammed for misleading customers, and the rest of the the cost-per-click industry could soon feel the effects.

BlackRock's massive coal dump signals 'fundamental reshaping of finance'

BlackRock's massive coal dump signals 'fundamental reshaping of finance'

The world's biggest fund manager has announced it will dump half a billion dollars worth of thermal coal shares.

Fifty seven million ways the carbon industrial complex infects Australian politics

Fifty seven million ways the carbon industrial complex infects Australian politics

A closer look at how fossil fuel companies influence policy making shows that Australia has a carbon industrial complex uniting government and greenhouse emitters.

Spin doctor departs PR firm following Afterpay options controversy

Spin doctor departs PR firm following Afterpay options controversy

Sydney PR consultant Brett Clegg has left high-flying firm Cato & Clegg in an ongoing Afterpay options stoush. And it might just be the tip of the iceberg.

The 2019 Crikey Business Awards

The 2019 Crikey Business Awards

Who is on Crikey's Business Awards list this year — and more importantly, have they been naughty or nice?

If only the big four consulting firms loved transparency as much as schmoozing politicians

If only the big four consulting firms loved transparency as much as schmoozing politicians

Some of our biggest political donors and key policy advisers operate without the kind of basic transparency that we expect of corporations.

Business Council members still shirking their tax obligations

Business Council members still shirking their tax obligations

The Business Council of Australia constantly demands cuts to company tax — but its members use tax lurks to pay well below full freight when it comes to their tax obligations.

Westpac should be compensating its BT victims

Westpac should be compensating its BT victims

Westpac should be compensating the thousands of BT Financial clients who have been overcharged for poor performance — and other banks should be following suit.

End-of-year ratings figures don't give networks much reason to boast

End-of-year ratings figures don't give networks much reason to boast

In an era of falling revenues and cost-cutting, the annual ratings numbers leave a lot to be desired.