If Turnbull wants to really unleash Australia's potential, he should hire Martin Parkinson.
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 Blackmores' share trajectory could make its founder Marcus Blackmore a billionaire by Christmas.
Colin Kruger You can't accuse the property analysts of not doing the hard yards when it comes to the Goodman Group's US tour next week.
Colin Kruger Former Goldman Sachs heavyweight, Alastair Walton, will be looking for new digs next month but harbour views will not be on the agenda.
Colin Kruger The Ten Network board must have seen a very bright light at the end of its financial tunnel when executive chairman, Hamish McLennan, stepped down in July.
Colin Kruger The Ten Network board must have seen a very bright light at the end of its financial tunnel.
Colin Kruger Our new PM Malcolm Turnbull is having to deal with a fair bit of baggage from the right wing reign of his predecessor, Tony Abbott.
Colin Kruger We were never going to get the low down on why Peter Clarence Foster was released from jail six months early.
Colin Kruger The Ivan Brown-run Australian Careers Network could not have chosen a better time to go into a five-week trading suspension.
Colin Kruger CBD was pleased to see the Perth Glory owner, Tony Sage, is holding the course at his flagship company, Cape Lambert. Or is he?
Colin Kruger Qantas boss, Alan Joyce, was always going to face a bit of turbulence after being named last week as CAPA airline chief executive of the year.
Colin Kruger Billionairess Gina Rinehart has added volleyball to her sponsorship list alongside swimming and that other wonderful sport that stops the nation, synchronised swimming.
Colin Kruger Who better to rally the Flight Centre investor rabble behind the company's remuneration report than World Cup winning Wallabies captain, John Eales.
Westpac missed a big social media opportunity by failing to get its boss Brian Hartzer into the Airbnb campaign
Colin Kruger Westpac did not impress the Twitterati with its recent social media campaign which culminated in the vaguely detailed announcement on Wednesday of its tie up with AirBnB to aid the Australians with...
Colin Kruger It is just as well G8 chairman Jenny Hutson announced her resignation a few weeks back. It is hard to imagine her tenure surviving the drubbing handed out by the Takeovers Panel on Tuesday.
Colin Kruger Is a day of reckoning finally at hand for our favourite pollster, and Melbourne mayoral aspirant, Gary Morgan? His side gig as the sole provider for mining aspirant, Haoma, is well documented.
Colin Kruger It's grand final time and the smell of moth balls hangs heavy in the air.
Colin Kruger It's tough stepping down from a job as all-powerful as chief executive at one of our Big Four banks, but there is always the multi million dollar exit package to cushion the blow.
Colin Kruger While the size of Rupert Murdoch's pay packet was getting everyone's attention on Wednesday – 21st Century Fox revealed that his remuneration dropped slightly to $US27.
Colin Kruger Keep your friends close and your enemies closer? Activist hedge fund manager joins the Murdoch empire, but promises to behave.
Colin Kruger The good news is that despite losing around half a billion US dollars in a day, Glencore boss ''Aussie'' Ivan Glasenberg is still a billionaire in the currencies of all the various countries that...