Archived News for Executives and Senior Management
STEM split persists
A wide range of 'women in STEM' programmes have failed to overcome men’s domination of science and technology fields.
Super funds face Santos claims
Indigenous people are taking legal action against super funds over mining investments.
Big cheques for old heads
A legion of retired US military leaders have picked up work as consultants to Australia’s Navy.
Clouds block Blizzard move
Microsoft's AU$104 billion takeover of Activision Blizzard has been blocked by the UK's antitrust regulator, the Competition and Markets Authority, over concerns that the deal would harm competition in cloud gaming.
Fox deal signals retreat
Fox News has avoided a lengthy and potentially damaging defamation trial with US voting machine company Dominion...
Military billions outlined
The Albanese government has committed $3.8 billion to strengthen the country’s northern defences as part of a new response to the threat posed by China.
Missed checks cost big
Analysis suggests 95 per cent of recent Federal Government programs have not been properly evaluated.
Rimmer returns for school run
The Federal Government has welcomed top civil servant, Ben Rimmer, as part of its efforts to revamp the nation's higher education sector.
Big deal for Gatto-linked firm
A company owned by the daughter of Australian underworld figure Mick Gatto has won a $222 million road upgrade project from the Victorian government.
Council staffing blocks builders
Builders say a lack of council planning staff is holding back projects.
Customer aggression measured
A new study measures customer aggression in an effort to keep retail employees safe.
Leaders call for more data
A new study has found that business leaders are feeling overwhelmed and underqualified to make decisions based on the data available ...
Porter fund coming
Victoria has pledged to pay out approximately $15 million to affected by the Porter Davis collapse ...
Whitehaven goes for smaller digs
Whitehaven Coal has announced a $150 million investment in a smaller version of its Vickery project ...
Defence fix detailed
A new review has found Australia’s Defence Force is no longer “fit for purpose”.
IEA backs efforts
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has recognised the Albanese government's commitment to ...
Kiwi deal reached
Australia has announced that New Zealanders who have been living in Australia for four years can now apply for Australian citizenship.
Liddell closure looms
The Liddell Power Station, which has supplied electricity to New South Wales (NSW) for more than 50 years, will retire this week.