The crashing coal price and rise of renewable energy sources mean Gine RInehart may not be as wealthy as Forbes and BRW suggest.
Crikey writers Paddy Manning and Myriam Robin crunch the numbers. Just how much did the country's richest woman make off the ailing media giant?
Billionaire mining heiress Gina Rinehart looks set to be cross-examined by her kids' lawyers later this year. But they're not the only parties peeved with the iron ore magnate.
Gina Rinehart will spend the next 36 hours zipping between Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne to launch her top-secret book of political essays. A presentation reveals personal photos of the billionaire.
Mining costs are blowing out and market share being lost because of a labour shortage that is only going to get worse. What are the companies doing?
Having seen how Gina Rinehart treats her kids, does any self-interested Fairfax Media investor seriously fancy being a minority shareholder in a complex beast controlled by Australia’s most litigious Rich Lister.
We got our prediction for the top end of the BRW Rich List wrong. It wasn't Gina Rinehart on top with daylight second -- it was daylight, twilight, moonlight and everything in between.
Gina Rinehart’s children -- John Hancock, Hope Welker and Bianca Rinehart -- will spend Mother's Day wondering what exactly their mum is up to as a bitter legal war continues.
Yesterday Gina Rinehart's fortune doubled to $20 billion -- and there appears to be plenty of room left to grow. Could she become the world's richest person?
Billionaire iron ore heiress Gina Rinehart has again ventured into the realm of public debate, publishing a wide-ranging take on post-WWII development, the carbon tax and the need for special economic zones in n the July edition of Australian Resources & Investment magazine.