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Singing a different tune: the journalists who changed their minds on the royal commission

Singing a different tune: the journalists who changed their minds on the royal commission

More than a few high-profile commentators have egg on their face following the results of Kenneth Hayne's banking royal commission.

Mayne: Rupert says good night, sweet prince

Mayne: Rupert says good night, sweet prince

News Corp columnists keep telling us that Murdoch is no control freak -- so why are they so reluctant to criticise their boss?

Reserve Bank goes back to the bad old days

Reserve Bank goes back to the bad old days

The Reserve Bank appears once again to be playing favourites by breaching its own communications policy on the direction of monetary policy, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

What The Hun doesn’t understand about tax (just about everything)

What The Hun doesn’t understand about tax (just about everything)

Hun business writer Terry McCrann has taken an axe to the Tax Justice Network report on tax avoidance. Pity he doesn't know what he's talking about. Tax specialist Bill Mavropoulos offers McCrann some much-needed advice.

Media briefs: News v Barry … <em>AFR</em> hides cuts … Hadley guilty …

Media briefs: News v Barry … AFR hides cuts … Hadley guilty …

The Australian Financial Review has kept quiet about the merger of its reporting team with Fairfax's BusinessDay.

Mayne: are Bolt and McCrann writing Rinehart’s Fairfax lines?

Mayne: are Bolt and McCrann writing Rinehart’s Fairfax lines?

McCrann and Bolt have become self-appointed chief leaders in Gina Rinehart’s attempt to seize board and editorial control of Fairfax Media.

Mayne: ASX missing in action on Packer’s pay-TV sale

Mayne: ASX missing in action on Packer’s pay-TV sale

For a media proprietor, James Packer is one of the least communicative public company leaders in Australia.

Rupert at the cross-roads — is it jail or a Packer pay-TV mop up?

Rupert at the cross-roads — is it jail or a Packer pay-TV mop up?

Given the industry that has emerged to sledge and analyse Rupert Murdoch after 10 months of the phone-hacking scandals, you soon learn who is worth listening to.