Bernard Keane October 24, 2017 25 Comments
Malcolm Turnbull says we shouldn't have started from where we did on the NBN -- problem is, we didn't have much choice, thanks to market economics.
Stephen Mayne October 24, 2017 13 Comments
Tasmanian salmon farming giant Tassal has been beleaguered by falling domestic prices and environmental negligence. What can the giant do to mend its ways?
Christopher Warren October 23, 2017
With media reform dreams now a reality, the stage should be set for a merger frenzy. So where is it?
Bernard Keane October 20, 2017 20 Comments
The car industry cost Australians billions of dollars based on a misguided sense that car manufacturing was more important than other industries. But in retrospect, it looks cheap.
Bernard Keane October 19, 2017 11 Comments
The Brits had a go at Rio Tinto and have already settled. The Americans are now having their go. But in Australia, our corporate regulator is studiously silent.
Bernard Keane October 18, 2017 9 Comments
While they were lecturing Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard about tax, Rio Tinto was engaged in massive destruction of shareholder wealth. Now the US corporate regulator is gunning for them.
Bernard Keane October 16, 2017 28 Comments
The problems of our failed electricity market are the same problems that crop up time and again when market economics is applied to crucial services.
Glenn Dyer October 16, 2017 1 Comment
It's unclear as to whether this strategy will convince anyone anywhere.
Glenn Dyer October 13, 2017
A Republican Congressman and early Trump supporter is under investigation amid suspicions he gave a leg-up to an Australian biotech company
Crikey October 13, 2017 1 Comment
Seven’s shares hit a record low of 63c last Friday and closed at 64c last night -- -- even as the broader sharemarket hit a three-month high. Things do not look good, write Glenn Dyer and Stephen Mayne.