Corbett's justification for denying equal marriage rights to LGBTI people, you see, is an old, old sociological theory, one you don’t hear expounded these days outside a One Nation rally.
Roger Corbett is back at Woolies. Plus other business tidbits of the day.
The Australian Shareholders' Association recommends someone be on a board for three to four years before nailing the top spot, but here are some chairs who got their feet under the desk quick smart.
It can be tricky to find a suitable board replacement for yourself, but Roger Corbett has finally done it.
Will Roger Corbett be staying on as chairman of the Fairfax board? Or more importantly: does Gina Rinehart want him to?
It's not greedy unionists or meddling governments that have caused a slump in iron ore prices -- the smoking gun is in the hands of Rio, BHP, Fortescue and Vale.
Fairfax chairman Roger Corbett got people fired up earlier this week with some stinging comments about Kevin Rudd. Should the ABC have probed his political connections?
Is there a more entertaining MP than Bob Katter? Guy Rundle went north to find out. On economic growth, Bernard Keane proves, Labor produced the goods. Why the school curriculum is far from left-leaning. Homelessness and the campaign -- nobody's home. And James Button on the death of political speeches.
Roger Corbett heading for the Fairfax exit? ... courts stacked with Labor favourites? ... Penny "Pansy" Wong mystery put to rest ...
From former Woolworths boss to chairman of a failing media brand, Roger Corbett's stocks have fallen dramatically in recent years. But he remains among the most powerful business directors in the country through a wide-ranging collection of ASX gigs.