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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 Greg Medcraft's troops at ASIC have applied to the Supreme Court of Victoria to wind up Planet Platinum ''on just and equitable grounds''.
Colin Kruger Treasurer Joe Hockey doesn't want to see your passport before you buy shares in the ASX. Not yet anyway.
Colin Kruger CBD was pleased to see that Alison Watkins may have been given licence to mess with the secret formula at Coca-Cola Amatil by chairman David Gonski, but some things remain sacred.
Colin Kruger Transcripts for this week's Senate grilling of the Big Four bank all-stars highlights some of the excruciating exchanges that were missed in the cut and thrust of the big day.
Colin Kruger The jury is in after the launch of mining magnate Gina Rinehart's latest book.
Colin Kruger Macquarie boss, Nic Moore, and his wealth lieutenant, Greg Ward, treated the Senate inquiry into financial advice to some classic Seinfeld comedy Tuesday with a running gag on the Penske file.
Colin Kruger Crime has continued to pay for former Gunns executive chairman John Gay, but it isn't clear if that will last much longer.
Colin Kruger Has News Corp founder Rupert Murdoch decided that the important role The Australian plays in our society exempts it from the edict that all of News Corp's papers break even?
Colin Kruger Anyone who wants to track the boom-bust trajectory of Australia's short-lived mining bonanza need look no further than the ebbing fortunes of our red-dirt billionaires from the west.
Colin Kruger Dow Chemical’s Aussie boss, Andrew Liveris, was back on the party circuit this week selling the benefits of its latest multibillion-dollar deal to Rupert Murdoch’s fair and balanced Fox...
Colin Kruger Was that a Celtic war cry we heard from the NAB boardroom, or a banshee wail heralding the death of its plans to dump its troubled Scottish operation?
Colin Kruger Suncorp Group’s board has made sure Patrick Snowball's replacement will continue to implement the former tank commander's strategy.
Colin Kruger It was only last year that Don Voelte literally energised the Kerry Stokes-controlled Seven Group with a lurch into the oil and gas sector.
Colin Kruger The Easter Bunny has obviously finished his rounds for the year, so Rumble Resources had to scratch around to find a special individual who knows how to deliver the goods for the Perth-based miner.
Colin Kruger As Apache Energy sells out of the Australian market, CBD could not help but notice that its toy box is still home to a little bauble by the name of Yara Pilbara Holdings.
Max Moore-Wilton will go out on a high as Sydney Airport crowned 'no longer Australia's worst' after a decade
Colin Kruger Max Moore-Wilton will be able to go out on a high when he chairs his final AGM for Sydney Airport next month.
Colin Kruger Hancock Prospecting has been made aware of a number of scam emails purporting to be from Gina Rinehart.
News Corp's Julian Clarke says losing money on the The Australian newspaper is about ideology, not tax dodging
Colin Kruger News Corp’s local boss, Julian Clarke, says Rupert Murdoch is not running The Australian for the tax losses it generates, he's doing it for Australia.
Colin Kruger Property developer and rev head, Brian Boyd, has returned with another high-octane proposal to grab control of his ASX-listed vehicle, Payce Consolidated.
Colin Kruger CBD is still waiting for an explanation for a rather intriguing series of share trades by former Lion boss, Robert Murray.