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Mathew Dunckley is business editor for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Based in our Melbourne newsroom, Mathew has almost 20 years as a journalist and editor.

Culture is key if companies are to avoid wrath of the crowd

Culture is key if companies are to avoid wrath of the crowd

Australia's former top corporate cop has issued a challenge to business leaders to improve how their companies behave.

  • by Mathew Dunckley

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Research leaders plead for charity funding certainty

Research leaders plead for charity funding certainty

Former Australian of the Year leading calls for commitments to a $20 billion fund.

  • by Mathew Dunckley & Dana McCauley
Permanent ban, $9m fine for firm that targeted the desperate

Permanent ban, $9m fine for firm that targeted the desperate

Financial Circle targeted superannuation belonging to the financially vulnerable

  • by Mathew Dunckley
'I'm greatest taxpayer': Gina Rinehart's boast on $860m bill

'I'm greatest taxpayer': Gina Rinehart's boast on $860m bill

Surging iron ore prices have produced a bumper year for the billionaire's mining operations.

  • by Mathew Dunckley
Lew blasts 'failed' Myer board

Lew blasts 'failed' Myer board

Solomon Lew, Myer's dissident billionaire shareholder, has renewed his attacks on the department store's board claiming it is overpaid.

  • by Mathew Dunckley
Woolworths' new pay deal faces penalty rates scrutiny

Woolworths' new pay deal faces penalty rates scrutiny

Woolies workers have voted in favour of a new wages deal which will restore full penalty rates and pay base rates above the retail industry’s minimum requirement.

  • by Anna Patty & Mathew Dunckley
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New charity investment vehicle has fund-raising LIC-ed

New charity investment vehicle has fund-raising LIC-ed

The managers of a new $500 million listed vehicle with a charity twist have a challenge ahead.

  • by Mathew Dunckley
Watchdog launches review of school banking after Dollarmites scandal
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Watchdog launches review of school banking after Dollarmites scandal

ASIC is going to make sure school banking is serving the interests of the kids it targets.

  • by Mathew Dunckley, Rachel Clun & Saimi Jeong
'Marked down to clear': Roger David collapses into administration
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'Marked down to clear': Roger David collapses into administration

The 76-year-old company will embark on an immediate national closing down sale that could see the business shut down shortly after Christmas.

  • by Mathew Dunckley
'We need to get real': Telstra chairman hits out as investors revolt on pay

'We need to get real': Telstra chairman hits out as investors revolt on pay

Chairman John Mullen acknowledges executive pay is 'too high across the board' as Telstra gets its 'first strike'.

  • by Mathew Dunckley
'Just not true': Shorten under fire on IR claim

'Just not true': Shorten under fire on IR claim

Industry experts say the opposition leader has got his numbers wrong.

  • by Mathew Dunckley, Benjamin Preiss & Emma Koehn