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Colin Kruger is a business reporter focused on the retail and gambling industries. He joined the Sydney Morning Herald in 1999 as its technology editor. Other roles have included the Herald's deputy business editor and online business editor.
Colin Kruger Well, the forensic accountants at KordaMentha must have been high-fiving their abacuses (abaci?) in the wee hours of Thursday morning when Argentina penalty-shot their way into the World Cup final.
Colin Kruger ASIC Chairman Greg Medcraft appeared on Channel 9’s The Bottom Line on Saturday, in a revealing chat on his poacher-turned-gamekeeper career.
Colin Kruger As ‘'God’s Banker'’ Cardinal George Pell prepares to announce his restructure of the Vatican Bank, CBD was wondering if the Richmond Tigers fan might need fresh recruits on the...
Colin Kruger James Packer's casino group is one of many operators aggressively lobbying for access to the Japanese market.
Colin Kruger Cardinal George Pell is expected to announce a restructure of the Vatican bank that will see the scandal plagued institution spin off its investment activities and focus on payment services for the...
Colin Kruger Kathmandu founder Jan Cameron made her fortune in adventurewear but again faces losing the lot on discount retail.
Chris Roots, James Chessell, Colin Kruger Retail magnate Gerry Harvey has revealed he is owed millions of dollars by troubled former billionaire Nathan Tinkler over racing interests.
Colin Kruger Kathmandu founder Jan Cameron is closing another 50 stores this month from her struggling discount retail chain, Retail Adventures, as she prepares to sell the business she bought back from...
Colin Kruger Queenslanders will be choking on the news that their iconic spirit, Bundaberg Rum, will soon be bottled in western Sydney.
Colin Kruger It seems that Macquarie's distribution of its Sydney Airport shares to its own investors last year lumped the airport operator's chairman Max ''Shit Happens'' Moore-Wilton with an unwanted...
Colin Kruger Convicted 'Wolf of Wall Street' fraudster Jordan Belfort is attempting to bankrupt his former Sydney business associate Ashley Howard.
Colin Kruger James Packer can claim one bright spot from his bruising week with the news that Apple might be bringing him a big pay day next week.
Colin Kruger and Carolyn Cummins The $100 million pub float AG&E has been sunk with institutional investors shying from the asking price for the stock.
Colin Kruger James Packer's bruising week is poised to end on a brighter note with the billionaire facing a big pay day thanks to Apple.
Colin Kruger Andrew Forrest's busy week of spending on the platinum card has continued, topping up his holdings in Fortescue Metals in recent days, writes Colin Kruger in CBD
Colin Kruger Nine Entertainment chief executive David Gyngell is off the corporate hook over his brawl with James Packer, but the billionaire may pay a high price over the incident.
Colin Kruger Nine Entertainment chairman stands by David Gyngell following his violent public brawl with James Packer, while the fallout for the latter could be more costly.
Colin Kruger Reg Kermode's company faces testing challenges after his death, writes Colin Kruger.
Colin Kruger A battle with cancer is forcing 87-year-old Cabcharge founder Reg Kermode to relinquish control of the taxi payments provider.
Colin Kruger ANZ's new journalism venture, Blue Notes, is only a couple of days old, but the bank's chief executive, Mike Smith, has already gone rogue.