Adam Schwab tallies the great snubs and flubs of the business world in 2017.
#MeToo comes to Oz ... Keneally scrubs her Twitter past ... Livingstone exits board ...
The banking regulator has announced it will conduct an independent inquiry into the Commonwealth Bank's culture. It's a good idea -- but someone else should be doing it, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
The Business Council is happy to rail at unions and demand transparency and leadership -- until it applies to their own members, write Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer.
A desperate government won't get much help from the Business Council when it comes to intergenerational issues.
The government must embrace globalisation and digitalisation, and demonstrate focus and courage, to address a sharp decline in competitiveness, writes The Mandarin publisher Tom Burton.
The BCA's latest economic vision -- its second in a year -- is a return to the sort of thinking discredited in the 1980s, write Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer.
Tony Shepherd has left the Business Council demanding Labor "be held to account" for its fiscal decisions. Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer wonder which decision those might be.
Female company directors control twice as much capital than their representation on ASX companies would suggest, suggesting the fight for boardroom equality is closer than first thought.
The status of women on boards hasn't shifted much since Catherine Livingstone successfully floated Cochlear for $127 million some 17 years ago. But now the Telstra chairman -- the title sits fine with her -- is leading the charge to bridge the boardroom gender divide.