ATO Deputy Commissioner learnt his son was subject of a major tax fraud investigation.
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With one week to go to the AOC election, John Coates' empire is beginning to strike back.
"It's hard enough for people, and this kind of comment just makes it harder," says Paralympics chief executive.
John Coates' right-hand man Mike Tancred is the subject of another formal bullying complaint, after he allegedly harangued a young female staffer who took two days off work at the Beijing Olympics after miscarrying her baby
The most controversial figure in the Victorian Liberal Party, Marcus Bastiaan, had his Sydney audience enthralled as he thundered about the need for change.
The former boss of UGL's engineering business Russell Waugh has been charged in relation to a $15 million payment made to advisors while he was an executive at Leighton Holdings.
A number of cases have shown career oblivion often follows corporate whistleblowing.
Corrupt insiders at offshore call centres used by Australian companies are offering for sale the private data of customers of Optus, Telstra and Vodafone.
An envelope stuffed with cash. A midnight meeting in Tripoli with a Gaddafi regime official. Buying access to Libya's oil wealth. They sound like plot twists from a spy novel, but for one international oil executive, this was real life.
Until today, she has been publicly defined by CCTV footage that shows her handcuffed, stripped of her underwear, stomped on, and kicked by police in a Ballarat cell. Now Yvonne Berry has broken her silence.