Media & Marketing
Neil Irwin The Bloomberg 'snooping scandal' contains some important lessons for how the media business is evolving.
Mark Hawthorne, Colin Kruger and Chris Vedelago A May 31 courtroom showdown looms between Cricket Australia and the Nine Network over the rights to broadcast the sport on free-to-air television.
COLIN KRUGER Seven West Media shares surged today after the media group said the current financial year will mark ‘‘the worst of it’’ in terms of earnings performance and unleashed another round of cost cutting.
Global clothing brands involved in Bangladesh's troubled garment industry responded in starkly different ways to the building collapse that killed more than 600 people. Some quickly acknowledged their links to the tragedy and promised compensation. Others denied they authorised work at factories in the building even when their labels were found in the rubble.
GEORGIA WILKINS Media group APN has appointed Michael Miller as its new chief executive officer.
Colin Kruger APN chairman Peter Cosgrove has told investors that there are no plans to revisit the proposed capital raising that led to a boardroom exodus in February.
COLIN KRUGER John Alexander, who helped oversee the Packer family’s media interests, has joined the board of Kerry Stokes’ media operation, Seven West Media.
JOSEPHINE TOVEY A pharmaceutical company has withdrawn adverts linking children's dietary supplements and NAPLAN test results after just two days following a public backlash.
The market-moving hacking of AP's Twitter account poses a serious risk to Twitter’s brand as a vehicle for breaking news
Mark Russell Two Fairfax Media journalists have won their fight against a magistrate's decision to force them to give evidence in a bribery case that centres on Reserve Bank banknote subsidiary Securency.