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John McDuling writes about business, media and technology. Previously he was a reporter for Quartz in New York, covered telecommunications and markets for the Financial Review, and worked in the finance industry.

Can Australia's Robyn Denholm tame Elon Musk?
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Can Australia's Robyn Denholm tame Elon Musk?

The outgoing Telstra CFO faced a choice between one of the biggest jobs in corporate Australia, and perhaps the biggest job in the entire corporate world.

  • by John McDuling

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How Nine-Fairfax could make 'Jonestown' a very different place
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How Nine-Fairfax could make 'Jonestown' a very different place

The man once considered the most powerful figure in Australian media, radio broadcaster Alan Jones, could be indirectly affected by the historic media merger.  

  • by John McDuling
Keating's attacks on Nine-Fairfax are really just noise
Analysis

Keating's attacks on Nine-Fairfax are really just noise

Former prime minister Paul Keating's incendiary rhetoric may be entertaining, but it won't be enough to stop the most significant media merger in decades from getting over the line.

  • by John McDuling
Telstra executive Robyn Denholm quits to be Tesla chairman

Telstra executive Robyn Denholm quits to be Tesla chairman

Telstra chief financial officer Robyn Denholm has called it quits at the telecommunications company a month into her role.

  • by Jennifer Duke & John McDuling
As trolls circle, Facebook's election 'war room' faces critical test
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As trolls circle, Facebook's election 'war room' faces critical test

Facebook is scrambling to avoid a repeat of its failures in 2016, which changed the company's fortunes and, arguably, the course of history.

  • by John McDuling
Why the Fox News-ification of Sky News Australia will probably stay
Opinion

Why the Fox News-ification of Sky News Australia will probably stay

Lachlan Murdoch made his first public appearance since being handed the keys to the family business last week. And what he said was significant for Australia.

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Stan defends cash burn, as onslaught of competition in streaming nears

Stan defends cash burn, as onslaught of competition in streaming nears

“Our decision to be burning cash is simply a decision about how fast we want to grow,” CEO Mike Sneesby says.

  • by Jennifer Duke & John McDuling
What corporate Australia can learn from Netflix and its short-seller detente
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What corporate Australia can learn from Netflix and its short-seller detente

As corporate Australia wakes up to the perceived threat of short sellers (which really is neither scary nor new), boards and management teams are facing a clear choice.

  • by John McDuling
Billionaire tackles government 'dishonesty' on renewables

Billionaire tackles government 'dishonesty' on renewables

Atlassian's Mike Cannon-Brookes has accused Prime Minister Scott Morrison of being dishonest over the cause of rising power bills.

  • by John McDuling, Cole Latimer & Eryk Bagshaw
Google slams News Corp ‘algorithm review board’ hopes

Google slams News Corp ‘algorithm review board’ hopes

Google has slammed News Corp's hopes for the government to introduce a review panel of algorithms used by digital platforms, telling the competition regulator the publisher's idea is "unnecessary and ill-conceived".

  • by Jennifer Duke & John McDuling
Kayo Sports? Streamotion? Foxtel's 'Netflix of sport' edges closer

Kayo Sports? Streamotion? Foxtel's 'Netflix of sport' edges closer

Foxtel chief executive Patrick Delany appears to be closing in on a new brand for his “Netflix of sport” platform, as the pay TV giants bold streaming experiment begins to take shape.

  • by John McDuling & Jennifer Duke