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.
Janet Yellen talks rate rises. And other business tidbits of the day.
Two Liberal party stalwarts, shock jock Alan Jones and New Hope Coal chairman Robert Millner, are at political loggerheads over the looming Queensland election.
Are bricks set to go the way of thatched roofs? It all depends on the industry's viability under new rulings.
Two telling financial metrics in Brickworks 2013-14 annual results (released yesterday) reveal the fraudulent nature of the company's anti-tax campaign.
The latest ICAC findings show how Tony Abbott used business representatives to assist in an elaborate lie to scare the Australian people into voting for him.
Arianna Huffington and the "magic of the internet" ... did Brickworks get value for money? ... Aussie scientists don't make the news ...
With housing mortgages at an 11 year high, home lending running at a 9% low and the worst single month for building approvals, you would have though the media would have been all over the decision by Brickworks Ltd yesterday, to cut production in NSW by 100 million bricks a year, writes Glenn Dyer.