Feb 13, 20173 Comments
Swiss voters have rejected a company tax cut -- suspecting that they would be the ones to end up paying for it, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Stephen MayneFeb 13, 20178 Comments
The public has the right to know how much executives whose salaries are paid for by the taxpayer are paid, but there is a shocking lack of disclosure at most government agencies,
Glenn DyerFeb 10, 20175 Comments
News Corp's financial results show that Foxtel lost 100,000 subscribers in the last year, with a value write down as well.
Glenn DyerFeb 10, 20173 Comments
The value of Foxtel and the Australian newspapers have been written down by News Corp, but real estate advertising is still king.
Feb 10, 20178 Comments
And the ISDS needs to be killed, too, writes former deputy secretary of Prime Minister & Cabinet Greg Wood.
Feb 10, 201711 Comments
Reserve Bank governor Phil Lowe says company tax cuts are necessary to be internationally competitive, but how can we both cut taxes and invest in infrastructure write Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer.
Michael SainsburyFeb 10, 20175 Comments
There are still 17 Crown employees languishing in Chinese detention centres. Is James Packer really doing all he can to get them back?
Feb 9, 201723 Comments
Coal production is falling and the best forecasts show coal consumption starting to decline within a decade. But the government continues to spruik it, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Stephen MayneFeb 8, 20172 Comments
James Packer seems to be spending an awful lot of time an attention on Israel these days and has been caught up in a corruption inquiry involving the Prime Minister. What is going on?
Stephen MayneFeb 7, 20173 Comments
Seven is throwing a lot of legal muscle at Amber Harrison, but she won't be cowed.