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For years, politicians in Australia have talked of lowering taxes. Here’s why that doesn’t add up anymore.
How did the seemingly insurmountable gap between two American companies – one enormous, the other tiny – get closed?
Yesterday’s very personal TV interview with multi-billionaire James Packer will change how the community perceives him. What can leaders learn?
Rugby league star Darren Lockyer’s conversion from being worried about coal seam gas extraction, to becoming the public face of a slick new gas advertising campaign could leave a longer-lasting legacy than his on-field exploits.
The debate about whether our politician are biased against women become more complex when we look at the audience of the media commentators.
Every leader wants to improve productivity, but are we failing to see a bigger opportunity?
New Channel Ten executive managing director Russel Howcroft is an unusual appointment. Is he up to the task?
A decision to sack a principal is proving a headache for the star-studded board of MLC, and could worry other pro-bono directors.
A bribery scandal and apparent cover-up that has propelled the RBA into the news has its origins in one of Australia’s great technology success stories.
Former Telstra boss Sol Trujillo is trying to launch a private equity takeover bid for Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile USA business, according to reports.
A dreadful day at the office highlights the importance of clear communications amid upheaval.
Crikey's “If I ran Fairfax” series continues with a Johannesburg-based journo, a Liberal party election campaign veteran, a leading ad-man, and a former editor of The Age weighing in.
In surveys, people frequently rank their fear of public speaking above their fear of death. Whether or not it's warranted, it's manageable.
What measures could Fairfax realistically implement to transform itself into a thriving business once again?
If your business is down in real dollar terms, compared with the past, you are not alone. What sets you apart is how you react.
Bakery franchise Brumby’s has been caught red-handed attempting to blame price rises on the carbon tax, after a letter sent by the company to franchisees was leaked.
Australian companies are increasingly using LinkedIn to attract students and recent graduates. LeadingCompany finds out who does it best.
So that was the week that was. A week filled with shock announcements regarding Australia's media landscape.