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 After all of our grouching last week about Redesign My Tobacco Brand star, Todd Sampson, and his extensive extracurricular activities, CBD was pointed in the direction of a corporate titan who...
Colin Kruger The corporate ref has finally blown the whistle on the Indonesian explorer run by rugby league legend Benny Elias and Perth Glory owner Tony Sage: Kupang Resources.
Colin Kruger Network Ten's Russell Howcroft is about to publish his first book: When it's Right to be Wrong.
Colin Kruger It wasn't an easy first day in the office for Ten's new boss, Paul Anderson, fronting a CEO forum on 'Tackling the gender pay gap' as a last minute substitute for his predecessor Hamish McLennan.
Colin Kruger Paddy Power, owner of Australia's Sportsbet, raised a ruckus with its latest ad featuring Rolf Harris.
Colin Kruger Maybe James Packer should have kept those Echo entertainment shares. The sale has now cost him around $170 million.
Colin Kruger The Queensland loss might indicate that Crown boss James Packer needs to divert his attention from Mariah Carey's assets to his casino business.
Colin Kruger Don't worry, Rupert Murdoch has a plan if his new executive team at 21st Century Fox, James and Lachlan, are duds. Unfortunately, it involves a $US44 million cash kiss-off.
Colin Kruger Metcash boss Ian Morrice has scored quite a coup with the recruitment of former Coles executive, Steven Cain.
Colin Kruger When Joe Hockey speaks to the 'industrial scale' tax avoidance promoters at PwC, a sandwich is just a sandwich.
Colin Kruger With all the battles on her plate at the moment, billionairess Gina Rinehart might need some help to cool the temperature in the board room of her unconventional oil and gas operation, Lakes Oil.
Colin Kruger It must be heartbreaking when a chairman has to divide his finite day between competing interests.
Colin Kruger Britain has produced many super groups over the decades, but are they ready for the super combo of Barclays, McFarlane and Smith?
Colin Kruger The Fortescue alumni running British explorer Sirius Minerals may have won their own Ashes series – nabbing the right to build a potash mine beneath North York Moors National Park – but...
Colin Kruger Nine boss, David Gyngell, probably doesn't need reminding that he is more than $500,000 better off after selling some of his Nine shares weeks ahead of the May downgrade.
Colin Kruger When a veteran wheeler dealer like Boris Ganke leaves the corporate scene, there will always be a few odds and ends to clear up from the chairman's bottom drawer.
Colin Kruger Prime Minister Tony Abbott is leaving no stone unturned in an attempt to fend off Europe's Greek indigestion.
Colin Kruger As the Greeks threaten to trigger the biggest financial quake since THE financial crisis, your columnist could not help but think of the recent words of former Treasury Secretary, Ken Henry, on the...
Colin Kruger The company behind fun park rides like Tower of Terror II, The Wipeout and Tail Spin, has recruited Nine Entertainment chairman, David Haslingden, to fix its share price terror ride.
Colin Kruger As the shell-shocked Woolies board goes hunting for a new boss, the question is, how far afield will they look for a new grocer?