Adani and Shenhua are still pursuing their spanking new coal projects, Walter-Mitty-like, while the financial position of established coal juggernaut Peabody Energy has become ever more parlous.
Michael West comments on companies, markets and the economy. He is a former SMH business editor.
Adidas' revenues and gross profits have more than doubled in 17 years but they managed to pay less income tax last year than they did in 1999.
Google is finally doing something about its tax structure.
There are no cleanskins in this showdown between ANZ and the Oswals.
Twitter, like other multinationals, is hiding its tax affairs.
Bonuses should be forteited when there are fatalities.
They should keep this Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance rolling indefinitely.
CPA Australia's push into the financial advice sector will be based on a fee-for-service model, not commissions and hidden incentives
The festival of outrage and indignation engulfing Clive Palmer and the collapse of Queensland Nickel constitutes hypocrisy of the first order.
A new report from environmentalist organisation looks at strategies to avoid rehabilitation costs.