A sharp decline in ratings for The Ashes highlights the challenge Cricket Australia faces to secure a $1 billion windfall from the sale of broadcast rights.
John McDuling writes about business, technology and the economy. Previously he was a reporter for Quartz in New York, covered telecommunications and markets for the Financial Review, and worked in the finance industry.
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