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Meet the Timor-Leste 12 who could benefit from the Witness K cover-up

Meet the Timor-Leste 12 who could benefit from the Witness K cover-up

The government is desperate to hide its prosecution of Witness K and Bernard Collaery. But who will benefit from a cover-up?

Sharma Chameleon

Sharma Chameleon

A Wentworth-focused edition of tips and rumours: robo calls, corflutes and Dave Sharma's curious CV.

Witness K scandal part of a long history of pandering to resource companies

Witness K scandal part of a long history of pandering to resource companies

The Witness K scandal and attempts to cover it up show how there has been bipartisan agreement to let commercial interests dictate Australia's foreign policy.

Getting your $110k worth: Woodside reveals lobbying bang for buck

Getting your $110k worth: Woodside reveals lobbying bang for buck

The level of political access afforded to companies has been detailed by energy giant Woodside, as political parties seek to move corporate donations onto a more secure footing.

Mayne: stand by for big company asset write-downs

Mayne: stand by for big company asset write-downs

After the collapse in oil prices over the past year, claimed net assets of many companies are now way overblown.

Mayne: sorting the naughty and nice in corporate Australia

Mayne: sorting the naughty and nice in corporate Australia

Who gets and elephant stamp and who gets sent to the naughty corner?

Mayne: how board tilts can bring leverage and governance progress

Mayne: how board tilts can bring leverage and governance progress

A practical lesson in the efficacy of board tilts.

Mayne: how to get the Shell men off the Woodside board?

Mayne: how to get the Shell men off the Woodside board?

At the top of Michael Chaney's “to do” list before retiring is securing Woodside’s independence from 13.6% shareholder Shell.

Business bites: rallies end … Kiwis mend … Apple descends …

Business bites: rallies end … Kiwis mend … Apple descends …

Oh, that market bounce? Yeah, it was a dead cat. And other business tidbits of the day.

The Coalition’s war on renewables: follow the money

The Coalition’s war on renewables: follow the money

The government's war on renewable energy reflects the strong financial links between the fossil fuel industry and the Coalition.