So why would Bruce McWilliam, the Prime Minister’s best mate and chief strategist in the Amber Harrison fiasco, be happy to be pictured alongside someone like Rodney Adler?
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Disgraced businessman Rodney Adler is at the centre of a shareholder complaint against a Queensland company that makes containers for growing animal food, writes Crikey intern Margaret Paul.
It is a bizarre state of affairs where the person making most sense about executive excess is a convicted corporate criminal who was involved in the collapse of one of Australia’s largest insurers, writes Adam Schwab.
When Lin Hatfield-Dodds announced in a blaze of publicity that she was withdrawing from the Olympic torch relay, she gave the impression that she did so with the full support of the various organisations with which she claims allegiance – Uniting Care Australia, the Australian Council of Social Service and the Uniting Church. The only […]
Casting around yesterday for people to write on the demise of Conrad Black, we immediately thought of Rodney Adler...
The week in one liners: Kevin Rudd committed his government to transparency, while the Liberal party boasted they had beaten him to the punch by electing a leader everyone could see through… President Bush continued to insist that Iran remains a nuclear threat in the face of intelligence reports to the contrary, pointing out that […]
The media is sometimes just downright cruel. If you were an average Joe prisoner, The Bulletin magazine would not take any sort of interest in your condition. If you are Rodney Adler, from Sydney’s eastern suburbs, then suddenly the Packer run Bulletin will pay you to recount tales of your jail experiences.