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Mark Hawthorne is Senior Editor at The Age. Previously he was National Business Editor of Fairfax Metro Media.
Mark Hawthorne There is little doubt Clyde Campbell and wife Simone loved the high life.
Mark Hawthorne Debate stirs over commissioning an EES for the Metro project.
Mark Hawthorne What goes around, comes around. Sometimes it even comes around again.
Mark Hawthorne Times are tough for captains of industry but one happy little group was spotted living the high life.
Mark Hawthorne and Richard Baker NewSat's dream was to put an Australian satellite into space. The company has instead fallen back to earth, and has been placed into administration with hundreds of millions of dollars of debt.
Richard Baker, Nick McKenzie, Mark Hawthorne, Lucy Battersby Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke revealed as spruiker for controversial failed satellite group.
Mark Hawthorne Stony-faced Brookes may have been, but he was also magnanimous in his departure.
Mark Hawthorne and Chris Vedelago Disgraced former doctor Geoffrey Edelsten has settled his bankruptcy case, with creditors agreeing to take a few cents in the dollar to wipe out more than $30 million of accrued debt.
Mark Hawthorne Few companies have relied so heavily on sport to market their brand as Emirates.
Mark Hawthorne, Jared Lynch One of the companies building the national broadband network has collapsed, citing a lack of work from Australia's largest infrastructure project.
Mark Hawthorne It is almost four years since Coles fired the first shot in the ''milk wars’’. Industry data obtained by Fairfax Media shows the extent of the impact on dairy giants Lion and Parmalat.
Mark Hawthorne It seems that in how Woolworths and Coles treat suppliers, the two supermarket giants share even more similarities.
Mark Hawthorne Woolworths has told some suppliers it could decide to pull their products from shelves just days before Christmas if they refuse to cut prices and fund the supermarket giant's new Cheap Cheap...
Mark Hawthorne and Madeleine Heffernan Woolworths staff are squeezing a further $70 million from suppliers by the end of the year, as the company scrambles to meet profit guidance and avoid its first downgrade in almost 16 years.
Mark Hawthorne The competition watchdog is examining claims that supermarket giant Woolworths is pressuring suppliers to pay millions of dollars by the end of December or face possible retribution, including...
Mark Hawthorne, Senior Editor The growth of private label products on the supermarket shelves is affecting suppliers, who are suffering as Coles and Woolworths push into new markets.
Mark Hawthorne, Senior Editor Australians are spending 10 per cent of the nation's annual grocery bill on tobacco products, and one in every five dollars spent at supermarkets goes on cigarettes or junk food, according to...
Mark Hawthorne As major events go, the Melbourne Cup carnival has often been a bellwether of the state of the Australian economy. And this year, it's NSW money that's propping up Victoria's spring racing calendar.
Mark Hawthorne Wesfarmers managing director Richard Goyder has hit out at companies that don't pay sufficient tax in Australia, and called on multi-national corporations "to pay tax in the communities in which they...
Mark Hawthorne and Madeleine Heffernan General news site The New Daily has been forced to raise a further $3 million in capital, less than six months after launching.