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News Corp cuts jobs, brings in McKinsey for restructure

News Corp cuts jobs, brings in McKinsey for restructure

News Corp has made a large number of staff in its commercial division redundant.

  • by Zoe Samios

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‘Doubt we’ll see his like again’: Stories from fabled media boss David Leckie’s world

‘Doubt we’ll see his like again’: Stories from fabled media boss David Leckie’s world

Kerry Stokes says there won’t be an executive like David Leckie again because the world is now “too woke”.

  • by Zoe Samios
More questions than answers for Oil Search investors after disastrous conference call

More questions than answers for Oil Search investors after disastrous conference call

Oil Search chairman Rick Lee’s ‘opaque at best’ performance over the resignation of managing director Keiran Wulff put the whole board under pressure. By next morning it was squarely in crisis.

  • by Nick Toscano
Netflix reality series ‘Byron Baes’ hits trademark snag

Netflix reality series ‘Byron Baes’ hits trademark snag

Byron Baes, the first Australian reality series from global streaming giant Netflix, has hit another obstacle.

  • by Zoe Samios
COVID-19 demand leads to Australian shortages of rheumatoid arthritis drug

COVID-19 demand leads to Australian shortages of rheumatoid arthritis drug

The medicines regulator and pharma giant Roche are monitoring the availability of arthritis treatment Actemra, which has had supply constrained by overseas use for COVID-19.

  • by Emma Koehn
Telstra’s Pacific adventure: a radical pivot or a deal too good to refuse?

Telstra’s Pacific adventure: a radical pivot or a deal too good to refuse?

Telstra’s offer for a telecom operator in the South Pacific has caught the attention of political and national security figures, not just its investors.

  • by Zoe Samios, Supratim Adhikari and Anthony Galloway
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Historic South Yarra Italianate hotel comes with hefty price tag

Historic South Yarra Italianate hotel comes with hefty price tag

A grand, historic Italianate South Yarra hotel on a key Toorak Road block is on the market with a hefty $20 million-plus price tag.

  • by Nicole Lindsay
New Sibyl Centre building demands attention

New Sibyl Centre building demands attention

Designed by M3 Architecture, the structure at The Women’s College within the University of Sydney, in a sense, creates an architectural oracle.

  • by Stephen Crafti
Crown’s secret consultancy deal with ALP powerbroker Stephen Conroy
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Crown’s secret consultancy deal with ALP powerbroker Stephen Conroy

James Packer’s troubled casino group has secretly engaged the Victorian Labor powerbroker as a consultant as it tries to hang on to its Victorian casino licence.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
Corporate wallflower: Crown feels the heat for playing hard to get

Corporate wallflower: Crown feels the heat for playing hard to get

Star Entertainment is likely to return to the table in it’s pursuit of Crown Resorts, but it’s a safe bet that its next offer won’t be as generous as the initial one.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
Why didn’t Microsoft die?
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Why didn’t Microsoft die?

Microsoft thrived despite doing almost everything wrong. So is Big Tech successful because they’re the best at what they do, or because monopolies are extremely hard to kill?

  • by Shira Ovide