Stephen MayneDec 15, 20151 Comment
Using your position of power to give preferment or benefit to a family member is not normally associated with good governance. Family companies can do it with their own money, but w
Stephen MayneNov 30, 20151 Comment
Stephen Mayne declared himself to be Premier Investments' "smallest and tallest" shareholder. Solly Lew was not amused.
Crikey InternNov 9, 20151 Comment
Channel Nine heaped praise on James Packer's new Macau casino. But who paid for journalist Ross Greenwood's trip?
Nov 5, 20153 Comments
The tide of public opinion is turning against pokies in Tasmania. And MONA's David Walsh looks set yet again to come up trumps. Economist and accountant John Lawrence explains.
Stephen MayneNov 4, 2015
There is usually more colour in the second half of Australia's AGM season. Here's looking forward to that.
Stephen MayneOct 26, 2015
Who will stay and who will go on Ten's board?
Stephen MayneAug 24, 20157 Comments
The Murdochs did a lot of damage to rugby league and the game will be better off by reducing their influence, going forward.
Stephen MayneAug 17, 2015
James Packer steps aside, looks set to draw a tidy pay packet.
Aug 13, 20159 Comments
The Australian PM would only come in about 100 in a list of Australian CEOs if his perks were included with his salary. But CEOs are not funded by the taxpayer. Economist and freelance journalist Jason Murphy reports.
Myriam RobinJul 10, 20152 Comments
The Governance Institute has defended its call to replace company directors' information with a unique identifying number, saying the measure would be about protecting bigwigs from thieves, not the pesky press.