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 Just hours after being sworn in as Australia's 29th Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull was being forced to break a promise.
Colin Kruger As Turnbull seeks to unify the conservative machine, the good news is that he won't have to demolish his predecessor's legacy.
Colin Kruger "This is a turn of events that I did not expect," Malcolm Turnbull told reporters. Here's one particular reason to believe him.
Colin Kruger The ACCC's report on Murdoch's move on Ten was predictably focused on sport but there were some devilish details.
Colin Kruger There aren't many things better than watching finals football, except for watching investment bankers in court.
Colin Kruger Property developer, Larry Kestelman, is being very careful about how he lines up Hollywood star, Charlize Theron, for her next big gig today to spruik his super luxurious, South Yarra development...
Colin Kruger Don Voelte may have retired from Kerry Stokes' Seven Group and headed back to the comforts of home in the US, but he still has some unfinished business on our shores.
Colin Kruger Adulation can have its drawbacks as G8 chairwoman, Jenny Hutson, can tell you.
Colin Kruger Amid the collapse of her business last year, Retail Adventures, Kathmandu founder Jan Cameron made a fateful decision, it has now cost her $200 million.
Colin Kruger As Allan Fels opens the lid on the controversy at 7-Eleven he might want to follow the family motto of 7-Eleven's local franchise master Russ Withers: "Bite off more than you can chew, then chew like...
Colin Kruger The furore over decidedly inconvenient 7-Eleven employee pay claims got its first victim Monday, before the Four Corners story even made it to air.
Colin Kruger Retail king Gerry Harvey has joined Australian billionaires in what is now a significant cattle stampede.
Colin Kruger You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey.
Colin Kruger Sorry former Miss Universe, Jennifer Hawkins, the new Myer boss dreams of Eva.
Colin Kruger Former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins probably wasn't counting on the ignominy of being sidelined at Myer for a data-generated fantasy woman named Eva.
Colin Kruger With reporting season finally behind us, CBD can catch up on some of the announcements which inexplicably fell through the cracks. Like the fact that BHP went bust last Wednesday.
Colin Kruger Spotless chief executive, Bruce Dixon, may be set to retire in coming months, but he still hopes to be of some service.
Colin Kruger Westpac economist and anti-sugar crusader, Rory Robertson, was more than happy to sweet talk his fellow Reserve Bank alumni, APRA chair Wayne Byres, at a Sydney speech on Wednesday.
Colin Kruger NAB's wealth management boss, MLC chief Andrew Hagger, has added another feather to his cap as corporate Australia's renaissance man.
Colin Kruger Not just any old Tom, Dick or Harry can run a socks and jocks shop like Pacific Brands.