The laptop's days as the flyer's weapon of choice look just about over.
Malcolm Maiden A guide to Greece's sovereign debt deadlock and the buzzwords being used to describe it.
Malcolm Maiden In 2008, as the oil price was rising to a new high of $US145 a barrel, New York based energy guru Ed Morse issued a famous call.
Malcolm Maiden The reality is that Woolworths boss Grant O'Brien's departure sets the group up for a new, as-yet unknown, course.
Malcolm Maiden Grant O'Brien's apparent decision to head for the door surely sets another, as yet unknown, course for Woolworths.
Malcolm Maiden If there is a query on IAG's sensational deal with Warren Buffett it is this: if he is doing what he so often does, is IAG's boss Mike Wilkins delusional when he says the deal is a "win-win"?
Malcolm Maiden IAG's tie-in with Warren Buffett ticks a lot of boxes. There's a halo effect, of course, but even without Buffett's formidable reputation attached this looks to be a deal worth doing.
Malcolm Maiden The changes make clear Rupert Murdoch's plans for the company he has been building for more than half a century.
Malcolm Maiden Virgin Boss John Borghetti would have had to smile on Wednesday when Alan Joyce announced that Qantas and American Airlines planned to tighten their trans-Pacific alliance.
Malcolm Maiden The idea of scrapping or hobbling Australia's system of embedding company tax credits in dividends was a dangerous sleeper in the government's taxation review.
Malcolm Maiden Alan Bond tended to be remembered in snapshots in his final years.
Malcolm Maiden A theme of the market commentary on the quarterly accounts was that the headline 0.9 per cent growth number hid continued weakness.
Malcolm Maiden The economic report card for the March quarter was, as expected, uneven.
Malcolm Maiden The Reserve Bank says it is happy where rates are, but that's a decision taken before it sees Wednesday's crucial numbers.
Malcolm Maiden The Olympics are arguably the standout example of corporate networking because a company who's who and government who's who attends.
Malcolm Maiden Coles plans to work with fewer, larger suppliers to get fresh produce into stores more quickly, and back that up with higher levels of customer service.
Malcolm Maiden "We need to "know the facts," the PM says.
Malcolm Maiden Bill Shorten attacked every aspect of Joe Hockey's first budget in his budget reply speech a year ago, but he can't do that when he stands up again on Thursday evening.
Malcolm Maiden The $5.5 billion small business tax package is this budget's trickle-down centrepiece.
Malcolm Maiden How long will it take to address the elephant in the room?
Malcolm Maiden NAB shares will come under pressure when they start trading again after news of rights issue.