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How the Murdoch men squeezed more than $1 billion out of their shareholders

How the Murdoch men squeezed more than $1 billion out of their shareholders

Stephen MayneApr 18, 20173 Comments

When it comes to enriching themselves off the family business, it is the Murdochs first and daylight second.

Are Victorians really the worst corporate crooks in Australia?

Are Victorians really the worst corporate crooks in Australia?

Stephen MayneApr 13, 2017

Of the 24 people currently serving sentences thanks to ASIC investigations, nine of them are Victorian. Does Victoria have a problem with white-collar crime?

Mayne: the 8 people ASIC has jailed for 10 years or more

Mayne: the 8 people ASIC has jailed for 10 years or more

Stephen MayneApr 11, 20172 Comments

ASIC is under a lot of pressure to show it is a tough cop on the beat. But how many people does it really send to prison? And are sentences long enough?

Mayne: is the Sydney Swans president still up to the job?

Mayne: is the Sydney Swans president still up to the job?

Stephen MayneApr 10, 20172 Comments

Swans president Andrew Pridham's defence of embattled Seven West CEO Tim Worner has left many disillusioned with his performance.

Mayne: 20 more politicians who have been paid by Rupert Murdoch

Mayne: 20 more politicians who have been paid by Rupert Murdoch

Stephen MayneApr 5, 20172 Comments

Don't forget, Tony Abbott was once a journalist for News Corp.

Mayne: it's time for Gerry Harvey to go (and for News Corp to show some spine)

Mayne: it's time for Gerry Harvey to go (and for News Corp to show some spine)

Stephen MayneApr 3, 20172 Comments

Gerry Harvey's Harvey Norman has appalling governance problems -- it's probably time for the septuagenarian to pull up stumps.

Menzies thinktank sets sail for points unknown

Menzies thinktank sets sail for points unknown

Bernard KeaneMar 27, 201711 Comments

Amid the clichés in a Liberal thinktank's new review, there are some directions toward unorthodox policies.

The Murdochs' spectacular, gold medal-worthy backflip

Glenn DyerMar 3, 20171 Comment

Of course James Murdoch loves the BBC ...

How Joe Aston and shoddy Fairfax subbing caused the Seven-Amber explosion

How Joe Aston and shoddy Fairfax subbing caused the Seven-Amber explosion

Stephen MayneFeb 28, 20172 Comments

How did the Amber Harrison v Seven West case get to this point? A sub-editor's error has played a huge role.

Eight ridiculous excuses for paying Ahmed Fahour an obscene amount of money

Eight ridiculous excuses for paying Ahmed Fahour an obscene amount of money

Adam SchwabFeb 14, 20176 Comments

We now know Ahmed Fahour was paid $5.6 million last year. How can Australia Post possibly justify such a ridiculous salary?

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