The government is desperate to hide its prosecution of Witness K and Bernard Collaery. But who will benefit from a cover-up?
A Wentworth-focused edition of tips and rumours: robo calls, corflutes and Dave Sharma's curious CV.
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.
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.
After the collapse in oil prices over the past year, claimed net assets of many companies are now way overblown.
Who gets and elephant stamp and who gets sent to the naughty corner?
At the top of Michael Chaney's “to do” list before retiring is securing Woodside’s independence from 13.6% shareholder Shell.
Oh, that market bounce? Yeah, it was a dead cat. And other business tidbits of the day.