Yet another company is using "extraordinary" hard ball negotiation tactics with their staff, this time in the media.
As the dust settles after the March trading quarter, some media companies are retreating to lick their wounds, as others continue their rise.
Seven’s shares hit a record low of 63c last Friday and closed at 64c last night -- -- even as the broader sharemarket hit a three-month high. Things do not look good, write Glenn Dyer and Stephen Mayne.
Don't be surprised if Kerry Stokes sells out of Seven West altogether soon.
CEOs from 25 Australian radio, TV, and newspaper companies have lobbied the Parliament to pass media reforms they say will ensure their survival.