James Paterson's friends ... problems with George Christensen ... AusPost wants your metadata ...
The Tele's war on Clover continues. And other media tidbits.
Is it ageist to suggest companies might be better off electing at least a few younger faces to their boards? You know, so we don't have quite so many executives dying on the job ...
As Budget speculation reaches fever pitch over a looming Max Moore-Wilton-style disembowelment of the federal public service at the hands of Wayne Swan's surplus fetish, a survey from the major union representing Canberra cardigans has revealed a tranche of serious workplace issues plaguing the APS.
The death of Ansett was the most emotionally charged corporate collapse in Australian history. Last night Max Moore-Wilton revealed what John Howard did when the Ansett bailout proposal arrived.
Former PM John Howard is back in the media again, thanks to Paul Kelly's new book. So what have we learnt? Crikey takes a look at the revelations from Children Overboard to Hating Peter Costello.
The reported scaling back of sky marshals on international flights can’t come soon enough for some flight attendants, writes Ben Sandilands.
What’s going on behind the scenes on the thorny issue of protecting local content on regional radio? Or to put it another way, what has Max Moore-Wilton, formerly John Howard’s right hand man and now Chair of Macquarie Media Group, been promised?