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Mayne: Murdoch men help themselves to staggering $111.5m from Fox in 2015-16

Mayne: Murdoch men help themselves to staggering $111.5m from Fox in 2015-16

Stephen MayneSep 26, 20165 Comments

Shareholders will not be happy.

Business Council budgeting: 'No excuses!' (except for its mates)

Bernard KeaneAug 30, 20163 Comments

What does the nation's self-appointed fiscal guardian say when the Coalition presides over a massive budget blowout? Why, it finds excuses not available to Labor.

The Business Council: extremist, inconsistent and out of touch

Bernard KeaneAug 29, 201610 Comments

Australia's premier business lobby group is an extremist body which promotes policies strongly rejected by voters.

What can the Murdochs' man in Melbourne do about Roger Ailes?

What can the Murdochs' man in Melbourne do about Roger Ailes?

Stephen MayneAug 11, 20161 Comment

As the nasty revelations about Roger Ailes continue to tumble out of the Murdoch empire in New York since his ousting last month, Melbourne-based Sir Rod Eddington must be nervously wat

The complicated corporate history of David Gonski

The complicated corporate history of David Gonski

Adam SchwabAug 10, 20162 Comments

There is no doubt that David Gonski is a luminary in the not-for-profit sector. But is his corporate record as good?

Prime swindle: ASIC runs down the clock, Bill Lewski escapes

Prime swindle: ASIC runs down the clock, Bill Lewski escapes

Adam SchwabJul 22, 20163 Comments

Prime Trust swindled investors out of millions. But its directors escape penalty because ASIC got its dates wrong.

News at Fox: how the Murdoch sons forced Rupert to sacrifice Ailes

News at Fox: how the Murdoch sons forced Rupert to sacrifice Ailes

Glenn DyerJul 22, 20162 Comments

In the end, Rupert Murdoch had to let his sons sack the man who had delivered him his power in America.

China as repressive as ever, but Australia lacks Hawke's moral fibre

China as repressive as ever, but Australia lacks Hawke's moral fibre

Michael SainsburyJun 6, 20165 Comments

On the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre Australia needs a politician to stand up to China, as Bob Hawke did. But pollies with that moral rectitude are thin on the ground.

Who says controversy hurts? 7-Eleven owner Russell Withers' fortune doubles on BRW Rich List

Who says controversy hurts? 7-Eleven owner Russell Withers' fortune doubles on BRW Rich List

Myriam RobinMay 27, 20165 Comments

Australia has more than 50 billionaires for the first time, but they're cumulatively poorer than they were last year.

Packer comes a cropper in Asia, but he'll always have Barangaroo

Packer comes a cropper in Asia, but he'll always have Barangaroo

Michael SainsburyMay 9, 2016

Packer has finally had enough waiting around for a win in Asia. He has nothing much to prove to anyone any more.

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