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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 Australia's richest woman, Gina Rinehart, has continued her campaign against the board of Fairfax Media voting against three of the four resolutions at its shareholder meeting today including the...
Colin Kruger Rupert Murdoch's film and television broadcast company, 21st Century Fox, posted better than expected revenue growth for its first quarter.
Colin Kruger Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox profit misses Wall Street expectations, hurt by investments in new cable channels and a weaker performance from its movie releases.
Colin Kruger and Elizabeth Knight Nine Entertainment chief David Gyngell, the man credited with saving the group from collapse last year, is being rewarded accordingly.
Colin Kruger Nine chief David Gyngell is among a select group of executives who will have plenty of incentive to stick around after the $2 billion float.
Colin Kruger and Elizabeth Knight Nine's margins are forecast to be at more than 20 per cent in the prospectus.
Colin Kruger The telegenic Tom Waterhouse vowed in May that we would be seeing less of him on television following the controversy created by his spruiking of live odds across our most popular sports.
Colin Kruger Australia is gearing up for its biggest collective punt of the year with Tuesday's Melbourne Cup, but the biggest bets have already been laid on the other side of the table.
Colin Kruger The telegenic Tom Waterhouse vowed in May we'd be seeing less of him, following the controversy.
Colin Kruger Tatts needs further investment as competition with corporate bookmakers intensifies.
Colin Kruger Tatts warns shareholders that it needs to invest in its wagering business which is suffering from intense competition in the sector, but reported earnings from current operations grew strongly for...
Colin Kruger and Peter Cai The Crown chairman says the company's expansion plans are affordable.
Colin Kruger Soft consumer sentiment may be weighing on Crown's local casino resorts but executive chairman, James Packer, was selling investors on how well his punt on Chinese gamblers has paid off, saying...
Colin Kruger Predictions of an election-led recovery in the consumer sector have failed to materialise.
Colin Kruger Predictions of an election-led recovery in the consumer sector have failed to materialise, according to two of Australia's biggest retail names.
Colin Kruger Consumers may not be playing ball yet but predictions of a turnaround in retail spending are growing in strength.
Colin Kruger Wesfarmers chief executive, Richard Goyder, expressed confidence that retailers may get a happy Christmas this year after years in the doldrums.
Colin Kruger Religious leaders and politicians force government to alter tax concessions granted to Crown.
Colin Kruger Opposition by Buddhist religious leaders and some political parties in Sri Lanka led the government to announce it will alter tax concessions granted to James Packer's Crown for a $400 million hotel...
Colin Kruger Publicity machine around Nine Entertainment float is to crank up the day before the Melbourne Cup this year.