A damning report by the Fair Work Ombudsman regarding Caltex's broken franchise model will do little to dampen CEO Julian Segal's mood, who is set for another massive round of bonuses after the company profited handsomely last year.
Treasury has a mixed record of forecasting key economic stats -- and it struggles on the ones that count.
The public has the right to know how much executives whose salaries are paid for by the taxpayer are paid, but there is a shocking lack of disclosure at most government agencies,
The Australian PM would only come in about 100 in a list of Australian CEOs if his perks were included with his salary. But CEOs are not funded by the taxpayer. Economist and freelance journalist Jason Murphy reports.
Why did Chris Bath leave Channel Seven? That is the question everyone wants to know -- and anonymous sources at Seven seem keen to leak against her.
Determining which players deserve colossal pay is relatively easy in sport. But in business it's a bit trickier, writes economist and journalist Jason Murphy.
Companies are meant to disclose the remuneration packages of their key management personnel. The problem is, it is up to the companies themselves to decide who qualifies.
Fairfax's union members have finally negotiated an EBA with management, swallowing "lousy" pay increases for the ability to maintain their conditions.
A journalist at Australia's oldest gay publication has claimed he was underpaid for his work, but the Star Observer says he was a contractor.
A business that's losing money should cut costs, cut wages, make hard choices and let the market decide, right? Let's see The Australian practise what it preaches, writes a senior economics commentator.