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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 CBD was worried that something had happened to one of the dogs that floated just before Christmas last year, iBuy. Something has.
Colin Kruger Doug Pertz, the United States import running takeover target Recall, probably can't believe his luck.
Colin Kruger Are you comfortable performing in the nude? Aussie dotcom Freelancer, might have just the job for you in its XXX section.
Colin Kruger Poor Rupert Murdoch had to part with 3 million of his very precious voting shares in 21st Century Fox last week to raise $US108 million to ensure the family has a suitably Merry Christmas.
Colin Kruger Who can believe a whole year has passed since a plucky little education group called Vocation listed on the stockmarket?
Woolies boss Grant O'Brien unveils his latest weapons against the foreign invasion: a Pie Face and a Hills Hoist
Colin Kruger With so many foreigners threatening Woolies' dominance of the local supermarket trade, its boss Grant O'Brien is doing his best to show Costco and Aldi - and the Brits running Coles - what a...
Colin Kruger The sun definitely is not shining on green power provider CBD Energy or its recently stood down boss, Gerry McGowan.
Colin Kruger The search for "efficiencies" at the ABC could have all sorts of unintended consequences for another taxpayer-funded media group.
Colin Kruger It’s never easy finding a good Santa Claus this time of year, and the Singapore Mining Club had to go offshore - to the nation’s fantasy island and casino base, Sentosa - to find someone...
Colin Kruger Woolworths faced boycott threats, and a barrage of protest, at its shareholder meeting this week.
Colin Kruger The Medibank bonanza has not stopped for the government, despite the fact that the health insurer has now passed into private hands.
Colin Kruger His Kiwi political party may have been a spectacular bust at the recent elections, but cyber renegade Kim Dotcom is still on a winner when it comes to the cloud storage provider he founded, Mega.
Elizabeth Knight and Colin Kruger Media mogul comes close to losing his grip on his empire.
Colin Kruger The Sun King, Rupert Murdoch, lost the support of his prince last week - and almost lost control of his media empire as a result.
Colin Kruger and Matt O'Sullivan Rupert Murdoch narrowly avoided losing control of his publishing empire after his key Saudi billionaire backer appeared to have joined a revolt against the family’s minority control of News...
Colin Kruger Westpac’s anointed boss, Brian Hartzer, was always going to have difficulty filling Gail Kelly’s shoes.
Colin Kruger ANZ knows the value of wearing out a bit of shoe leather to keep the customers happy.
Colin Kruger That smile on the face of Victorian Liberal party money man, Andrew Abercrombie, might have nothing to do with his view of the party’s chances at the upcoming state election.
Colin Kruger Being the head of an airline does little to ease the travel tyranny that bedevils modern CEOs. So should we be surprised about speculation that certain members of the "galacticos" board at Virgin...
Colin Kruger If you're a bit over Movember, billionaire philanthropist Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest✓ has a new, and much easier, cause for you to support this month.