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Mayne: the 10 most questionable CEO payouts of the last decade

Events at the Macquarie Atlas Roads AGM in Sydney last Thursday should give us pause to reflect on the fees paid to businesses and CEOs.

Asking foxes what they think of henhouse security

The Minerals Council of Australia, shockingly, wants to hamstring environmental groups.

Mayne: sorting the naughty and nice in corporate Australia

Who gets and elephant stamp and who gets sent to the naughty corner?

"Strategic reviews" sound very professional, but are really just self-serving bonus-inducers for CEOs. And other business tidbits of the day.

Business minutes: dud strategic reviews … Westpac has a go … OZ Minerals’ new CEO …

"Strategic reviews" sound very professional, but are really just self-serving bonus-inducers for CEOs. And other business tidbits of the day.

Australian Ethical Investments executive director James Thier says the new world first Climate Advocacy Fund will initially focus on companies in the mining sector, writes <b>Crikey intern Ben Hagemann</b>

Forget the ETS, world first Climate Advocacy Fund has miners in its sights

Australian Ethical Investments executive director James Thier says the new world first Climate Advocacy Fund will initially focus on companies in the mining sector, writes Crikey intern Ben Hagemann

If Oz Minerals had followed the lead of many over-leveraged companies during the GFC and simply raised equity through a pro-rata rights issue, the company would today be worth more than $4 billion.

Mayne: Raking over the coals of OZ Minerals scandals

If Oz Minerals had followed the lead of many over-leveraged companies during the GFC and simply raised equity through a pro-rata rights issue, the company would today be worth more than $4 billion.

According to the United Arab Emirates' central bank, the Dubai issue was "Sandstorm in a tea cup".

Market recovers due to a tea cup sandstorm

According to the United Arab Emirates' central bank, the Dubai issue was "Sandstorm in a tea cup".

While Australian boards are to be lauded for acting quickly to remove poorly performing CEOs, those same boards are also wantonly handing out shareholder monies to failed executives who retire, rather than are terminated.

CEOs: numbers up on when their number’s up

While Australian boards are to be lauded for acting quickly to remove poorly performing CEOs, those same boards are also wantonly handing out shareholder monies to failed executives who retire, rather than are terminated.

The "independent expert report" is quite possible the greatest anachronism in modern finance and corporate governance, as has been neatly proven in the disaster which is Oxiana-Zinifex-Oz Minerals, writes <b>Adam Schwab</b>.

Oxiana-Zinifex-Oz Minerals kerfuffle shows up inpendent experts

The "independent expert report" is quite possible the greatest anachronism in modern finance and corporate governance, as has been neatly proven in the disaster which is Oxiana-Zinifex-Oz Minerals, writes Adam Schwab.

Australia’s unemployment rate has come in better-than-expected, up to 5.7% in May compared to 5.5% in April.

Unemployment rate better-than-expected

Australia’s unemployment rate has come in better-than-expected, up to 5.7% in May compared to 5.5% in April.

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