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Risky business: the 2018 Crikey business awards

Risky business: the 2018 Crikey business awards

From Theranos to Snapchat, 2018 was a stand-out year for bad business, but there were some winners.

Coalition launches $2 billion small business fund

Coalition launches $2 billion small business fund

Good morning, early birds. The government is set to launch a $2 billion small business fund, Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham refuses colleagues' calls to step down, and CNN sues the White House. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Australian workers are doing their bit, so where’s business?

Australian workers are doing their bit, so where’s business?

The national accounts data was all good news for Australian business, but investment is still sluggish, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

Failed attempt to oust Clover pushes us closer to populism

Failed attempt to oust Clover pushes us closer to populism

The failure of the latest attempt to dislodge Clover Moore from the City of Sydney mayoralty illustrates how big business is driving resentment against itself.

Going blind: can recruitment ever see the truth?

Going blind: can recruitment ever see the truth?

Business knows the value of diversity, but minorities are still being locked out. Can blind recruitment help?

Nice for some

Nice for some

Coca Cola pay rise comes at an awkward time.

Watchdog or Lapdog: are journalists anti-business?

Watchdog or Lapdog: are journalists anti-business?

Could the political leanings of a journalist affect the way they cover business stories? It could be a bigger factor than it seems.

Big business bludging, by the numbers

Big business bludging, by the numbers

Crikey readers have their say on the Melbourne Cup, multinational tax dodging and other issues of the day.

Mayne: director protests overshadowing remuneration issues at AGMs

Mayne: director protests overshadowing remuneration issues at AGMs

Protest votes are on the rise in AGM season. Is it a sign of a wider malaise?

Another attack on the low-paid the last thing the Coalition needs

Another attack on the low-paid the last thing the Coalition needs

The call for the removal of penalty rates is the wrong fight at the wrong time for the government, which is why it was shut down quick smart yesterday.