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Mayne: major miners join the write-down club as Cochlear soars

Mayne: major miners join the write-down club as Cochlear soars

Mining companies have been thoroughly inconsistent on the write-downs question this season.

Mayne: Mark Vaile turns $14m into $1m but claims coal’s future is rosy

Mayne: Mark Vaile turns $14m into $1m but claims coal’s future is rosy

There's nothing to justify Whitehaven Coal's bullish market outlook.

No profits or tax, but plenty of money for political parties

No profits or tax, but plenty of money for political parties

While they were unable to turn a profit or pay tax, some of Australia's biggest companies had enough money to donate to political parties -- and one party in particular.

Business bites: the bad … the sad … the mad …

Business bites: the bad … the sad … the mad …

And the biggest losers are *drumroll* ... Plus other business tidbits of the day.

Tinkler’s last roll of the dice to get back into the coal game

Tinkler’s last roll of the dice to get back into the coal game

Nathan Tinkler wants back into the coal industry. But with three days left to raise some $40 million, has he bitten off more than he can chew?

A Pyrrhic victory for miners as Moylan gets suspended sentence

A Pyrrhic victory for miners as Moylan gets suspended sentence

Jonathan Moylan deserved the sentence he got -- do the crime, do the time. But the bigger lie is the one spread by the coal industry -- that we can continue to rely on fossil fuels.

Will Whitehaven Coal hoaxer Jonathan Moylan go to jail?

Will Whitehaven Coal hoaxer Jonathan Moylan go to jail?

The man who caused chaos on the stock exchange with a hoax faces sentencing today.

With coal mines shuttering, why is Whitehaven betting on Maules Creek?

With coal mines shuttering, why is Whitehaven betting on Maules Creek?

The coal market is in freefall, so why is the NSW government considering clearing a state forest to make way for a new mine?

John Gay, Jonathan Moylan and a tale of two ASICs

John Gay, Jonathan Moylan and a tale of two ASICs

When it comes to corporate crooks, ASIC is content to wave through minimal fines. But look out if you're online. Then its pursuit will be relentless.