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MUP and Manning issue apology to John O’Sullivan

MUP and Manning issue apology to John O’Sullivan

Melbourne University Press has apologised to a Credit Suisse businessman over part of Paddy Manning's biography of Malcolm Turnbull, Born to Rule.

Media briefs: who stole our chairs? … drag queen takes on Foxtel … <em>Tele</em> turns to bikinis …

Media briefs: who stole our chairs? … drag queen takes on Foxtel … Tele turns to bikinis …

The Press Gallery's seats have gone elsewhere. And other media tidbits of the day.

Manning’s next book on the Greens

Manning’s next book on the Greens

Paddy Manning is writing new book on the Greens.

Businessman sues Paddy Manning over Godwin Grech revelations

Businessman sues Paddy Manning over Godwin Grech revelations

The businessman alleges Paddy Manning defamed him in his biography of Malcolm Turnbull, Born to Rule.

‘A high-risk option’: Turnbull born to rule, but for how long?

‘A high-risk option’: Turnbull born to rule, but for how long?

Many commentators think Malcolm Turnbull will be in residence at Kirribilli for many years to come. But Paddy Manning, the author of a new book on Turnbull, is not so sure ...

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Inspiration or just stealing ideas? ... is Davidson hard of hearing? ... and how to make money off death ...

The Stockholm syndrome infecting business reporting

The Stockholm syndrome infecting business reporting

Paddy Manning exposed the incestuous nature of business journalism in Crikey. It raises bigger questions about who finance journalists represent, writes ex-business hack Jim "Mr Denmore" Parker.

Media briefs: Manning ‘quits’ … <em>Age</em> journos benched … Ten’s licence …

Media briefs: Manning ‘quits’ … Age journos benched … Ten’s licence …

Fairfax journo Paddy Manning has resigned after writing an article for Crikey criticising his employe

<em>Financial Review</em> chiefs hit back at Manning’s claims

Financial Review chiefs hit back at Manning’s claims

Editors at The Australian Financial Review have hit back at claims there is creeping advertorial in the business paper, after dismissing journalist Paddy Manning for public criticism.