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How much did Schebesta and Finder lose?

Finder Earn acts like an unsecured loan for clients of Fred Schebesta’s Finder.com.

  • Neil Chenoweth

Grubisa faces ATO liquidation bill, or yet another ban

Dominique Grubisa continues to follow the Donald Trump model of leadership of not admitting fault and simply ignoring the fake news haters.

  • Max Mason

This Month

God saved Essendon from Andrew Thorburn

The appointment of the former NAB CEO to run the Essendon Football Club landed like a turd in the punch bowl.

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  • Joe Aston

Directors quit Atomos after ex-CEO lawsuit

Atomos non-executive directors Lauren Williams and Stephen Stanley have quit, blaming problems with the board’s effectiveness and “misalignment in decision making”.

  • Jessica Sier

Perth Mint can help those building ‘offshore financial fortresses’

One of the handy things about being a gold refiner, as opposed to a bank, is you don’t always need to thoroughly check who is buying your gold bullion.

  • Updated
  • Jessica Sier
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ERA board undone by Jabiluka madness

It’s all happening at Energy Resources of Australia, the perennial plaything of Rio Tinto.

  • Joe Aston

What’s next for the Star’s ‘highly experienced’ directors?

What will shareholders be asking of outgoing Star directors Katie Lahey, Richard Sheppard and Gerard Bradley?

  • Updated
  • Michael Roddan

How Virgin almost became a second Jetstar

There is limited utility in raking over these coals except that new historical information has come to light.

  • Joe Aston

Naked Brands CEO cashes out $7.5m

Naked Brands CEO Justin Davis-Rice finishes his Reddit rollercoaster on a high.

  • Jessica Sier

September

TikTok’s $2 billion fraud challenge for the ATO

This is the Tax Office’s social media nightmare dilemma: you can’t take 40,000 people to court.

  • Neil Chenoweth

Vulcan Energy resolves to pay itself more

Apparently, that’s what’s required to attract and retain high-quality talent.

  • Michael Roddan

Optus a part-time gig for CEO Kelly Bayer Rosmarin

What was Kelly Bayer Rosmarin doing with her time since joining Optus?

  • Michael Roddan

Andrew Bragg screams into the void

The senator’s video message to Warringah faithful fell on deaf ears.

  • Michael Roddan

Nick McKim tilts at for-profit windmills

The performance of the minor party’s treasury spokesman Nick McKim demands attention!

  • Michael Roddan

Big Four accounting firms dodge a bullet

The Tax Office’s grand plan to rein in wayward tax advisers is now all about self-regulation. What could go wrong?

  • Neil Chenoweth
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Uncomfortable Cbus snub for former boss David Atkin

The $70 billion Cbus is leaving a global climate initiative led by its former boss

  • Michael Roddan

The losses behind Delta Electricity’s windfall

The $1 million deal to buy Vales Point power station had a few hidden downsides

  • Neil Chenoweth

Elaine Stead’s new VC firm in website whoopsie

Imitation is said to be the sincerest form of flattery, but what of outright plagiarism?

  • Michael Roddan

News Corp’s other unindicted co-conspirator case

Rupert Murdoch’s long-time consigliere has valuable personal experience to share with Lachlan.

  • Neil Chenoweth

Blue Sky’s Mark Sowerby in for the hard sell

His five-bedroom, double-waterfront Burleigh Heads property is slated for auction on Friday afternoon. 

  • Michael Roddan