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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 The 200th gathering of the Sydney Mining Club next month promises more drama than the Rum Rebellion.
Colin Kruger It might be hard to believe in the current climate, but when James Hardie fled Australia for the Netherlands in 2001, it claimed that it was not trying to dodge its compensation obligations to its...
Colin Kruger The nation's selfless CEOs are getting ready for the 10th annual CEO Sleepout for St Vinnies.
Colin Kruger Some of the smaller stuff has escaped Clive Palmer's attention.
Colin Kruger The Fortescue boss' war against non-MCA members could be the best thing to happen to the group since Rudd's mining tax.
Colin Kruger ASIC's big kahuna, Greg Medcraft, is warning that Sydney and Melbourne might already be in the lather of a property bubble, but he might be worried by the question of when did it get frothy?
Colin Kruger Where do Australia's insurance companies go for their CEO insurance?
Colin Kruger There was no fury in the final hours of corporate life from our Mad Max of the boardroom, Max 'The Axe' Moore-Wilton.
Colin Kruger No pay day for Mark Rowsthorn, but at least he's had a few adventures to keep things interesting.
Colin Kruger The recent Twitter debut of ANZ boss Mike Smith - which included a spectacular selfie of Smith and his new Apple watch - may have distracted the glitterati from the fact that he is not the first CEO...
Colin Kruger Former burger flipper Peter Bush obviously misses life at the hot end of the corporate griller.
Colin Kruger Among the parties reportedly sniffing around the tail of BHP's unwanted runt is a billionaire whose office is just a few blocks from South32's new Perth HQ.
Colin Kruger An antiques dealer's dream was to build a lavish chateau-like home but in the Supreme Court their mansion has been judged their folly. And it is now in the hands of the bank.
Colin Kruger Corporate activist and philanthropist Mark Carnegie was obviously hoping for a soft touch when he fronted ABC Classic FM listeners on Tuesday as the guest of Ellen Fanning's Midday program.
Colin Kruger Prodigal boganaire Nathan Tinkler has underlined his return to the Australian corporate scene with announcement he will become executive chairman of Orca Energy.
Colin Kruger Prodigal boganaire Nathan Tinkler has well and truly returned to the Australian corporate scene,with oil explorer Orca Energy announcing he will be its new executive chairman.
Colin Kruger A chairman who triggered a 28 per cent price plunge in his company's share price by replacing a well-tested CEO, like Ardent Leisure's Greg Shaw, with an unknown quantity, like magazine veteran...
Colin Kruger A changing of the guard at any big shop usually comes with a licence for the new broom to sweep some of the blame to their predecessor.
Colin Kruger Richard Branson's entrepreneurial legend was built on David and Goliath battles with the likes of British Airways, but it's hard to be the little guy when you're a multinational corporation.
Colin Kruger The Billabong retail disaster has kept a low profile since its near-death wipe-out some years back, but recent conditions have proved a little too tempting for insiders like company founder Gordon...