Stephen Mayne November 20, 2017 9 Comments
A historic win for the Greens in the Northcote byelection came off the back of a volunteer campaign that outperformed Labor's all out blitz on the electorate. What does it mean for the Andrews government fortunes?
Stephen Mayne November 13, 2017 1 Comment
That said, it's because the company's share structure is dodgy.
Stephen Mayne November 2, 2017 5 Comments
What follows is a transcript of part of the exchange between reformed pokies addict Anna Bardsley and the Crown board.
Stephen Mayne October 25, 2017 1 Comment
What would the detached billionaire say if Mark Robley, the pokies addict featured so dramatically on 7.30 on Monday night, made a surprise appearance?
Crikey October 13, 2017 1 Comment
Seven’s shares hit a record low of 63c last Friday and closed at 64c last night -- -- even as the broader sharemarket hit a three-month high. Things do not look good, write Glenn Dyer and Stephen Mayne.
Crikey October 3, 2017 1 Comment
When it comes to executive pay, how much is too much for the Murdoch family? Stephen Mayne and Glenn Dyer report.
Stephen Mayne September 13, 2017 1 Comment
The opening day attracted a full-scale media press conference before proceedings commenced in court 8G of the Federal Court building.
Stephen Mayne September 7, 2017 1 Comment
The Murdoch-Gordon camp are trying to come up with every conceivable argument to overturn the CBS deal.
Stephen Mayne July 14, 2017 4 Comments
Just like Malcolm Turnbull’s $1.75 million donation helped save the federal Liberals, a $10 million campaign contribution from Cormack is arguably all Liberal leader Matthew Guy needs to turn Daniel Andrews into a one-term premier.
Stephen Mayne July 10, 2017 7 Comments
By no longer contesting Seven’s claims in court or pursuing her own counter-claims, Harrison has laid down her legal arms and shifted the debate back into the court of public opinion, where she has proven herself to be an effective combatant.