If Turnbull wants to really unleash Australia's potential, he should hire Martin Parkinson.
Elizabeth Knight Falling profits and a diving share price didn't stop a 27 per cent jump in salary for Bernie Brookes.
Elizabeth Knight With their share registers full of retail investors, the big four have limited latitude to fiddle with dividends. But they may have to in the longer run.
Elizabeth Knight It looks increasingly likely that Rupert Murdoch is set to receive a Christmas present this year courtesy of new Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his Communications Minister, Mitch Fifield
Elizabeth Knight The Volkswagon emissions manipulation scandal is being called the auto industry's LIBOR moment – when a series of banks systemically manipulated interest rates.
Elizabeth Knight A major factor in the 43 per cent dive in pay received by BHP Billiton chief executive Andrew Mackenzie was the company's 2015 scorecard on fatalities - it cost him 20 per cent of his short term...
Elizabeth Knight A major factor in the 43 per cent pay cut BHP Billiton chief executive Andrew Mackenzie copped in 2015 was the company's record on worker fatalities.
Elizabeth Knight Business is crying out for a treasurer that can execute reform.
Elizabeth Knight New accounts paint a clear and more frightening picture of the troubled chain.
Elizabeth Knight It has taken two years but now shareholders are demanding compensation.
Elizabeth Knight New Westpac boss Brian Hartzer is trying to woo customers and cut costs at the same time.
Elizabeth Knight A year after she was cleared of criminal wrongdoing, News Corp executive Rebekah Brooks, has been reinstated to her position with greater responsibilities.
Elizabeth Knight If there is one word that best sums up the response from investors to the unveiling of Myer's transformation it would be - risk.
Elizabeth Knight Its day one of the aftermath of the earnings and governance carnage announced by Australia's biggest retailer Woolworths.
Elizabeth Knight Outgoing Fairfax Media chairman, Roger Corbett has thrown a parting grenade at 'outdated' media ownership laws
Elizabeth Knight To get a real understanding of how tough the free to air television networks are doing it, one need look no further than the massive write-downs in the value of their licences all have posted...
Elizabeth Knight The pressure is mounting on retailing giant Woolworths to provide some detail on its progress in overhauling the board.
Elizabeth Knight Here is the very simple reason why we are not facing a equity market Armageddon any time soon - the Australian stock market is pretty appropriately priced given the earnings produced by the...
Elizabeth Knight The giant discount department store's strategy is in tatters after Alistair McGeorge abruptly departs amid a scandal involving his workplace behaviour.
Elizabeth Knight Discount department store brand Kmart must be the darling of the Wesfarmers business after a standout performance for 2015.
Elizabeth Knight It sounds almost churlish to suggest that after delivering a $1.6 billion profit turnaround Qantas may have fallen short of expectations. But it has.