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$26.8m in debts: Former league star banned by corporate regulator

$26.8m in debts: Former league star banned by corporate regulator

Former rugby league star Lubo (Lou) Zivanovic has been banned from managing a corporation for three years.

  • by Colin Kruger

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Pointing finger at diversity for poor performance is a cop-out
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AMP

Pointing finger at diversity for poor performance is a cop-out

Female leaders are getting the terrible message that when the going gets tough, we'll blame your gender

  • by Carol Schwartz
Super funds put heat on Rio Tinto over lobby groups
Rio Tinto

Super funds put heat on Rio Tinto over lobby groups

Big super funds have thrown their support behind a call for more transparency from Rio Tinto about its business lobby group memberships.

  • by Ruth Williams
Bonking bans and other codes of conduct - are they worth it?
Careers

Bonking bans and other codes of conduct - are they worth it?

Some companies back up their codes with action, but others seem to set and forget.

  • by Ruth Williams
The truth hurts: why whistleblowers get such a hard time
Whistleblower

The truth hurts: why whistleblowers get such a hard time

The man who blew the whistle on money laundering by Mexican drug cartels says people should be protected and compensated for speaking out.

  • by Ruth Williams
Many pet owners to be classified as 'pet shops' under proposals
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Animals

Many pet owners to be classified as 'pet shops' under proposals

Draft rules would classify pet owners as "pet shop owners", and their homes as pet shops, if they breed, sell, trade, advertise or donate an animal.

  • by Julie Power