While company tax cut advocates persist with spreadsheets purporting to demonstrate their benefits, they're ignoring the success of the economy under current settings, Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer write.
The shadowy figure that used to stand behind a client in court is slowly coming forward, garnering media attention and blurring the line between legal advocate and spin doctor.
You can just imagine the high-pitched screeching in one of those feral 2GB editorials, but unfortunately, Alan Jones doesn't treat news on its merits, writes Stephen Mayne.
The man who some blame for the Opes Prime collapse, Sydney lawyer turned day-trader, Chris Murphy, has taken issue with an article regarding his woes, writes Adam Schwab.
Colourful Sydney lawyer and self-professed gun share trader, Chris Murphy, has had better months, writes Adam Schwab.
Opes Prime's biggest client Chris Murphy has already lost his fortune and is now about to be seriously put through the ringer in the full glare of the media, writes Stephen Mayne.