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Mining magnate Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest

War is hell: how the corporate class is coping with COVID's injustices

Some business heavyweights are stamping their feet about Victoria's 'wartime' curfew. But who's really suffering here?

Frederic Michel-Verdier (Image: Twitter)

Dollars, sense and sexual harassment: how victims are punished while perpetrators are promoted

Recent history shows that alleged perpetrators cop a slap on the wrist while victims go on to suffer for years.

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It's gold's time to shine in the gloom of the pandemic

The shiny yellow bars and coins are a safe haven when times get tough and people get scared.

Foreground: Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins (Image: AAP). Background: Dyson Heydon and George Coorey (Images: AAP, Twitter)

Ending workplace sexual harassment is urgent. So, what's stopping it?

Australia is lagging behind in dealing with its culture of workplace sexual harassment. This week, Crikey looks at what's holding change back.

Former AMP boss Boe Pahari (Image: Private Media)

Dollars, sense and sexual harassment: when share price is all that matters

The AMP controversy proves it: companies will not remove accused harassers until the share price plummets.

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All cashed up and nowhere to go: how COVID has been a boon for banknotes

Aussies are seeking refuge in the sort of money that can't be brought asunder by a blackout or a Chinese cyber attack.

Former Rio Tinto chief executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques (Image: AAP/Dan Himbrechts)

Dear Josh, hate to break this to you but there's been a few dud Aussie CEOs...

Josh Frydenberg reckons Rio Tinto just needs an Aussie in charge. But there’s no reason to think Australians have a premium on good corporate governance.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Security, sovereignty and the sweet smell of petrol

Australia doesn't have a fuel security problem, but there will be few voices raised in objection to some old-fashioned protectionism about petrol supplies.

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'A question of integrity': ageing lobby group invests in controversial aged-care app

'If we're going to clean up aged care, we need to be frank and fearless, and how can you be frank and fearless if you're not truly independent?'

Growing confidence and falling personal debt could provide strong platform for recovery

Australians appear surprisingly upbeat about the economy and are willing to make long-term commitments, potentially providing a good platform for recovery.

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