The chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, will double down on his criticism of the tech giants in a speech in Sydney on Monday
- by John McDuling
Leaked document shows Treasurer seeks the personal power to force big energy retailers to sell their assets.
- by David Crowe
ACCC chairman says tougher penalties need to be introduced for companies breaking the unfair contracts law.
- by Cara Waters
The aim of Australia's largest toll road operator to snare a controlling stake in WestConnex hinges on a crunch decision about its market power.
- by Matt O'Sullivan
Companies could face billion-dollar plus fines under sweeping changes to consumer laws squarely aimed at large corporates.
- by Nassim Khadem
'The potential for consumer detriment from the allegations that we've made is enormous,' ACCC chairman Rod Sims said.
- by Rachel Clun
Hawthorn couldn't escape the ire of its greatest fan, ACCC chairman Rod Sims.
- by Colin Kruger
The ACCC says it will take a "firmer stance" in consumer protection cases and $10 million fines against the likes of Telstra, Ford and Apple are the new normal.
- by Michaela Whitbourn
Consumer watchdog chair Rod Sims says a fair bit of the affordability issues around power bills had nothing to do with the climate debate.
- by Felicity Caldwell
The competition watchdog has warned there will be more big penalties to follow its $46 million landmark victory.
- by Nick Toscano