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Millionaires’ factory delivers the goods again as banks hit by $3.5b in bad debt

New results show that even amid a pandemic and a wave of bad debt, banks are raking in cash.

ACCC pursues ANZ, Macquarie for cartel conduct

While the government is fiddling about with a banking tribunal, more revelations of banking misconduct have emerged, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

Why are shareholders not getting a vote on Boral's new deal?

Mayne: Boral blows up $800m on US cash-splash, dilutes retail shareholders

Why are shareholders not getting a vote on Boral's new deal?

Will the Fed raise interest rates? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

Business bites: what the Fed did … Rupert embraces the squid … Village’s big bid …

Will the Fed raise interest rates? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

<em>Crikey</em>'s founder is trying his luck with Macquarie. But boards seem very keen to keep outsiders from joining their cosy club.

Mayne: the deck is stacked against my Macquarie board tilt

Crikey's founder is trying his luck with Macquarie. But boards seem very keen to keep outsiders from joining their cosy club.

Data stuck in galah craws, Westpac's Pollyanna chief in charge, and mayhem in Maccas' world. Plus more business tidbits of the day.

Business bites: feeding the greedy … trouble and bubbles … stacked against Maccas …

Data stuck in galah craws, Westpac's Pollyanna chief in charge, and mayhem in Maccas' world. Plus more business tidbits of the day.

Capital raising's two-tier system leaves small shareholders behind the eight ball as institutional investors clean up.

Mayne: Slaters capital raising confirms unfair system for retail investors

Capital raising's two-tier system leaves small shareholders behind the eight ball as institutional investors clean up.

The RBA has some choice words for Australian banks, and they would do well to sit up and pay attention.

RBA on Australian banks: don’t trust ’em

The RBA has some choice words for Australian banks, and they would do well to sit up and pay attention.

Business journalists don't rate ASIC to hold businesses to account, so believe their work to be vital. But it's declining, at the same time papers devote more time to other investigations. Legal challenges, and the concerns of advertisers, take their toll.

Watchdog or Lapdog: business journalism is faltering while other investigations rise

Business journalists don't rate ASIC to hold businesses to account, so believe their work to be vital. But it's declining, at the same time papers devote more time to other investigations. Legal challenges, and the concerns of advertisers, take their toll.

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