The key to the future ownership of Network Ten sits in the hands of a bunch of its journalists, admin staff, television personalities, producers and operations technicians.
Elizabeth Knight comments on companies, markets and the economy.
The government is looking for scapegoats, monstering energy companies to breach their fiduciary duties.
Only two years into the making of New Myer, its architect Richard Umbers is in strategy redesign - or as he would characterise it , refinement - as the business has fallen behind on its ambitious targets.
Listening to Wayne Byres, the chairman of the financial regulator APRA, being grilled in a parliamentary inquiry on Wednesday, it's hard to escape a keen sense that it thinks that there isn't too much fundamentally wrong at the Commonwealth Bank despite having launched an unprecedented prudential inquiry into it.
Up to $500 billion of mortgages on Australian banks' books are based on factually incorrect loan applications – or liar loans, a UBS report says.
The antidote to the current weakness in retail spending is an end to our sluggish wage growth.
Exactly who is looking after the national interest when it comes to the environment or energy security? Is it Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull or Andy Vesey - the bloke who runs one of the nation's largest energy suppliers, AGL?
Network Ten's biggest loser could well be the family Murdoch-controlled 21st Century Fox.
Outspoken investor Allan Gray has called time on current executive pay practices and is pressuring the companies in which it invests to adopt an alternative model.
Telstra's recently mooted plan to deliver up to $4.5 billion back to shareholders - a plan that is only a couple weeks old - has been torpedoed by the National Broadband Network.