The laptop's days as the flyer's weapon of choice look just about over.
Elizabeth Knight Europe is someone else's problem, China is our problem.
Elizabeth Knight The Abbott government has a rare chance to be in the vanguard of gender policy.
Elizabeth Knight Port and rail operator Asciano has been transformed since its near-death experience post the global financial crisis into a company with strong cash flows, a healthy balance sheet, improving...
Elizabeth Knight The fact that both countries are part of global debt and equity markets means that we do get caught up in the contagion effect to some degree.
Elizabeth Knight Poor service, bad prices, low morale - you don't have to cast a wide net to find a Woolworths customer with a gripe about Woolworths.
Elizabeth Knight Department store Myer may have dodged one bullet but hasn't demonstrated it has found the silver bullet to address falling sales growth.
Elizabeth Knight We might be in the middle of a property bubble but convincing home owners and speculators who sold in the first three months of this year for a profit of $13.
Elizabeth Knight Woolworth's decline was an accident waiting to happen.
Elizabeth Knight Even the spectre of Google being courted by the NRL as a potential bidder for digital rights is causing neck hairs to stand on end in the media and communications industry.
Elizabeth Knight Ten's proposed deal to issue a 15 per cent stake with Foxtel is a both a rescue mission and a backdoor takeover by the Murdoch camp.
Elizabeth Knight Murdoch moves beg the question: who will actually be in charge of the $US68 billion entertainment giant?
Elizabeth Knight It's only a month since agreement between the major parties was reached on a new Renewable Energy Target, but even it put the writing on the wall for some inefficient coal-fired power stations.
Elizabeth Knight The music has stopped at Westpac and the boss of its retail and business banking arm Jason Yetton has found himself without a chair.
Elizabeth Knight The coal versus gas debate is not one politicians want to have as coal and LNG are both major exports, and is one that sent Australian politicians running for cover.
Elizabeth Knight It's not the $640 million writedown in Metcash's grocery business that was responsible for the 17 per cent fall in its share price.
Elizabeth Knight The treasury secretary says there is a property bubble. He's right.
Elizabeth Knight Former boss of Ten Network Grant Blackley and his new chairman at Southern Cross Austereo, Peter Bush, have teamed up to restore the fortunes of the troubled national radio network and regional TV...
Elizabeth Knight There is a strong view in the investment community that the Woolworths board will replace its most senior manager sooner rather than later.
Elizabeth Knight Chinese predators may be circling Andrew Forrest's financially wounded Fortescue Metals but the market could have drawn a long bow on Tuesday to bid the shares up 15 per cent on the back of a...
Elizabeth Knight It is clear that there is an insufficient correlation between executives that are creating value and their pay.