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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.
Michael Idato, Colin Kruger FOR 56 years the Nine Network has been a force to be reckoned with. Today, it sits on the brink of collapse, threatened with the possibility of a financial coup de grace that will put it in the hands...
Colin Kruger Nine Entertainment's future is expected to be decided at a meeting of its major stakeholders tomorrow.
Colin Kruger Group indicates intention to reject a late proposal to save the broadcaster.
Adele Ferguson and Colin Kruger Junior lenders led by Goldman Sachs made a significant concession yesterday in the network's drawn-out debt talks.
Colin Kruger and Michael Evans Senior lenders now have just days to decide whether to grant junior debt holders $150 million they think they don't deserve.
Colin Kruger Nine’s junior lenders, led by Goldman Sachs, have agreed to the media group’s last-ditch proposal to avoid receivership, putting pressure on senior lenders to accept the deal.
Colin Kruger, Chris Zappone Debt-laden Nine Entertainment offers a deal to its lenders in an attempt to break the deadlock that may yet put the company into administration.
Colin Kruger Billabong International has appointed experienced retail executive Ian Pollard as chairman.
Colin Kruger Billabong has appointed fashion executive Ian Pollard as chairman elect, but may still find itself short of board members as investor advocates recommend that at least two directors be dumped.
Colin Kruger Malaysian casino operator Genting has lifted its stake in Echo Entertainment back above 5 per cent but the market will not know until later this week if the would-be suitor was behind big trades in...
Colin Kruger The threat of Nine Entertainment's collapse has brought the media group's creditors back to the bargaining table this morning.
Colin Kruger Billabong may insist that TPG is still interested in buying the company but have investors decided otherwise with the embattled company's shares falling yesterday to an even steeper discount to the...
Colin Kruger ECHO Entertainment shares rose yesterday after a botched share raid the previous evening was taken as a sign that the battle of the billionaires on its share register has heated up again.
Colin Kruger Echo shares rose after a botched share raid yesterday evening was taken as a sign that the battle of the billionaires on its share register has heated up again.
Colin Kruger What is Billabong worth without a suitor waiting in the wings?
Colin Kruger Billabong shares began trading again this morning only to find investors were uncertain if the company's upside outweighed its risks.
Colin Kruger Billabong has confirmed TPG has not withdrawn its bid for the troubled surf brand, but has expressed some concerns as part of its due diligence effort.
Colin Kruger WITH the debt-laden Nine Entertainment approaching the point of collapse, the television network's owners and lenders have increased the pressure with a flurry of legal letters designed to bring all...
Colin Kruger WITH the debt-laden Nine Entertainment approaching the point of collapse, the television network's owners and lenders have ratcheted up the pressure with a flurry of legal letters designed to bring...
Colin Kruger Network's owners and lenders have ratcheted up the pressure with a flurry of legal letters designed to bring all parties back to the negotiating table.