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How companies in trouble can change their spots.
Tax deductions for self-funded study will be capped at $2000 under legislation to pay for the Gonski school reforms, making post-graduate degrees like MBAs more expensive.
Department store David Jones has signalled that it will stop selling DVDs and CDs, to improve its margins. It’s the latest in a line of retailers bailing out of the discount price war.
Employee share plans are taking hold in public and private companies at home and abroad. But Facebook’s model is a warning.
Over the last two months our largest companies have reported writedowns totalling $27 billion. Are the directors of these companies to blame?
The separate parts of media company Fairfax are worth more than its current value, an analyst says. We asked the experts how such valuations are carried out.
Private equity has cash to invest, and with a falling share market, many of our companies are going cheap.
Companies demerge for many reasons. In the case of News, the newspaper business is underperforming and dragging down the stellar performer, the entertainment side. There are other reasons for demergers, but do shareholders win?
A slew of proposed changes to directors’ liabilities have been criticised for being too heavy-handed.
When does market share matter, and when should business leaders focus on it?
They’re young, they’re smart and they’re coming after your business.