They’ve checked their last fact. ABC Fact Check shuts down today, after the funding for it was cut in the last budget. In its last hoorah, it tallies all the statements it has checked this election, and all the politicians who took notice … Where oh where is Melissa Price? The Liberal member for Durack caught our attention yesterday […]
Former media boss Ian Law lost his battle with cancer this week. His friend John Rowsthorne, who worked with Law for more than 25 years at Rural Press and PBL Media, remembers a dedicated businessman.
A Fairfax deal with WA News has been talked about for decades but never come to fruition. It is the most logical newspaper merger in Australia given that competition regulators would never allow News Ltd to further extend its majority position.
For Kerry Stokes, Fairfax Media remains open to him, if he wants it.
News Ltd is the big loser from the slump in newspaper sales in 2010, casting doubt on the continuing presence of some senior editors and executives at Rupert Murdoch's Australian empire.
Where is ASIC and the ASX when it comes to Corporate Express share prices? Plus, Solverdi Worldwide Limited, is about to find out if corporate death leads to renewal and other news from the business world.
Citigroup research released over the weekend lays out the case for a complex bid by the Seven Network to buy Fairfax Media, writes Glenn Dyer.
There's an intense debate about the future of journalism vibrating across the Australian media -- except in the media owned by the company which ignited the debate in the first place, writes Eric Beecher.