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.
Stephen Mayne July 6, 2017 3 Comments
Expect Tony Abbott and a few of his factional enemies to take a keen interest in the new Northern Beaches council, and the giant Inner West council will be a fierce contest between Labor and the Greens.
Stephen Mayne June 27, 2017 2 Comments
Led by veteran reporter Hugh Riminton, the staff yesterday secured three of the 14 positions on the all-powerful Ten creditors committee.
Stephen Mayne June 23, 2017 10 Comments
Stephen Mayne gives us the rundown on seven current elected representatives with known gambling industry associations or sympathies
Stephen Mayne June 21, 2017 5 Comments
And, in Kevin Rudd's case, the job he'd like to take up.