If Turnbull wants to really unleash Australia's potential, he should hire Martin Parkinson.
Malcolm Maiden Santos' board hasn't just decided to part company with its chief executive, David Knox. It's potentially parting company with its strategy and some of the assets that underpin it.
Malcolm Maiden Qantas's powerhouse profit result vindicates chief executive Alan Joyce's recovery plan.
Malcolm Maiden The AFL's broadcasting rights deal is huge, but not quite as huge as advertised.
Malcolm Maiden As is often the case, an overseas group has found value in a local company that local shareholders have not.
Malcolm Maiden This week's slide in the value of the yuan doesn't bear comparison with real currency crises.
Malcolm Maiden CBA result shows banks are not making money as easily this year as in recent years.
Malcolm Maiden A tale of two companies in very different industries.
Malcolm Maiden James Packer is not just trying to position Crown as a global high-roller casino brand. He is trying to establish it as THE high-end brand.
Malcolm Maiden Virgin Australia's flight to profitability hasn't landed yet.
Malcolm Maiden Rio is battling the law of averages as the iron ore price stays low.
Malcolm Maiden The Reserve Bank is still on hold, but its latest statement hints that the cycle of rate cuts it initiated almost four years ago might be over.
Malcolm Maiden The Reserve Bank has left its cash rate at 2 per cent again, but concerns on one front that would argue for another cut appear to have eased.
Malcolm Maiden This is a story about missed opportunity: how most of Australia's big companies saw the Australian dollar lift their international purchasing power to unprecedented highs, and didn't do anything...
Malcolm Maiden NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn confirmed that big bank information technology platforms aren't equal yesterday.
Malcolm Maiden Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen and her colleagues on the Fed's rate-setting committee kept the markets guessing on Thursday morning.
Malcolm Maiden After falling 8.5 per cent on Monday China's sharemarket whip-sawed its way to a less startling 1.7 per cent fall on Tuesday, but don't get stuck on the numbers.
Malcolm Maiden Is the massive, late crash in domestic Chinese share prices the start of something bigger and even more disturbing?
Malcolm Maiden A weaker than expected response to low interest rates and a lower Australian dollar, plus continued weakness in metal and energy prices have produced much heavier downgrades of expected ASX 200...
Malcolm Maiden Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens posed an important question at Adrian Blundell-Wignall's Anika Foundation July lunch.
Malcolm Maiden China's sharemarket has stabilised, and Greece is making progress towards a bailout that won't save it but will buy it more time. What's a market pessimist to do? Search for new icebergs, of course.