All's well in nuclear power, the industry insists, as further delays and cost blowouts hit new reactors.
Enthusiasm for the major media merger of last week has already waned. What will happen next?
A reading of the history of Australian media mergers and takeovers shows that the highest value is always on the first day. After that, it's all downhill.
The failings of the NBN — and the high cost Australians are paying for Malcolm Turnbull's mishandling of it — have now been confirmed independently.
The takeover of Fairfax by Nine will be camouflaged by executives as necessary for the sake of quality journalism, when the truth is the opposite.
Nine's takeover of Fairfax will lead to more cuts to journalism and a senior Liberal presiding over the biggest media company in the country.
The mooted head of a review into the ABC is also involved with a quest for a billion-dollar government contract, raising the prospect of a perceived conflict of interest.
Yet again, industry super funds have dominated the ranks of the best superannuation performers. What on earth are the big banks doing?