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Comment & Analysis
Elizabeth Knight 6:03 PM Former boss of Ten Network Grant Blackley and his new chairman at Southern Cross Austereo, Peter Bush, have teamed up to restore the fortunes of the troubled national radio network and regional TV operator and fatten it up for market.
Elizabeth Knight 7:39 AM There is a strong view in the investment community that the Woolworths board will replace its most senior manager sooner rather than later.
Michael Pascoe Maybe banks are speaking publicly about trimming discounts for property investors to avoid bringing attention to tougher standards for all loans.
Malcolm Maiden The Olympics are arguably the standout example of corporate networking because a company who's who and government who's who attends.
Ross Gittins Say you win $10,000 in a lottery, but are offered the choice of receiving the money now or in three years time. Which would you pick?
Michael West After a brutal lobbying campaign by BHP and Rio, Tony Abbott and Joe Hockey knocked the idea for an inquiry into iron ore on the head. No big deal, there are far more important inquiries at hand. The parliamentary inquiry into a fence, for instance, proceeds apace.
Michael Pascoe We've witnessed a quiet political crime over the past week: the government ditching the best recommendation from the Murray financial system inquiry for the most cynical of political motives. You see, occupying the treasury benches is much more important than what's best and fair for the nation.
Farhad Manjoo The tech industry used to think big. We are once again in a go-go time for tech, but what happened to the industry's grand, democratic visions of the future?
Ian King The case for why Apple should get into the television market sounds nice on paper, but the reality is that the economics of building a TV set are very different from those of mobile phones or laptops.
Harold Mitchell Henry Parkes was a real person who worked in a real world and he made a real difference.
Ross Gittins In an extract from his new book, Ross Gittins explains everything you need to know about the Australian economy – and admits to his five worst predictions.
Michael Pascoe The 2015 Sydney housing boom has achieved the dubious distinction of bubble status, replete with rampant FOMO (fear of missing out) and key parts of the market departing from gravity as values rise by hundreds of thousands of dollars in a few weeks.
Christopher Webb director's trades