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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 It isn't often that private equity can be accused of generosity when it comes to offloading investments on to the public.
Colin Kruger, CBD He may be 83, but Westfield founder Frank Lowy can still run a press conference like an old pro.
Colin Kruger, CBD When popular Matt Tilley stepped back from the mike last week after 23 years with Fox FM, you could say he was entitled to a little constructive criticism of a management.
Colin Kruger, CBD It has taken 10 years, and two takeover bids, but Alison Watkins is finally joining Coca-Cola Amatil.
Colin Kruger, CBD Some are born bankers, others have bankerdom thrust upon them.
Colin Kruger, CBD Bank of Queensland's new chairman, Roger Davis, obviously knew which credentials to present when he chaired his first AGM in Brissie on Wednesday.
Colin Kruger, CBD Woolies' new chairman, Ralph Waters, was not letting the anarchy of its AGM distract him from the big issues worrying investors on Tuesday.
Colin Kruger, CBD Gina Rinehart launches November 22 as the inaugural National Mining and Related Industries Day
Colin Kruger Woolies shoppers have obviously been looking in the wrong place when it comes to hunting bargains.
Colin Kruger David Jones board smacked with a strongly supported 'first strike' as investors dispute share trades.
Colin Kruger David Jones’ shareholders delivered a strongly-supported first strike on Friday placing further pressure on the department stores’ chairman, Peter Mason, who was forced to apologies for authorising...
Colin Kruger Fiorente's Melbourne Cup win may have left the punters in clover, but it looks like the bookies took a drubbing.
Colin Kruger Cabcharge founder unavailable to witness corporate history as third 'strike' issued.
Colin Kruger Where’s Reg? This was the big question at the Cabcharge shareholder meeting.
Colin Kruger The competition watchdog has dropped its investigation into allegations of cartel behaviour between James Packer’s Crown Resorts and rival Echo Entertainment saying there is insufficient evidence.
Colin Kruger Seven is looking at new sectors such as agribusiness and water for growth as the group weathers a downturn in mining services.
Colin Kruger The Australian Shareholders Association has joined an institutional shareholder revolt against David Jones that is expected to deliver a first strike against the remuneration report of the department...
Colin Kruger The last thing Ten Network CEO Hamish McLennan needed was a report on another round of cost-cutting.
Colin Kruger When Ten Network chief executive Hamish McLennan fronted an investor briefing on Wednesday afternoon to make his pitch on the future of the struggling broadcaster, the last thing he needed was a...
Colin Kruger Packer makes most public pitch yet to build $400 million casino resort in Sri Lanka.