Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - September, 2017
A court has heard there is no big rush for Ten Network creditors to sell the ailing station.
New bill to let more businesses crowdfund
The Government is moving to allow start-up businesses to crowdfund.
RBA dividend hit hard
The RBA’s annual report says it will pay less than half the dividend to the Federal Government that it did last year.
UN slams lack of Gap progress
The United Nations says Australia has made “woefully inadequate” progress on Closing the Gap.
ARENA to bring big names together
Electricity retailers and tech companies are joining forces for an ARENA program to help avoid blackouts this summer.
CFMEU marks memorial with safety call
A union leader has called for harsher penalties to prevent mine deaths.
Damning report on MDBP misuse
A new report has once again highlighted issues with the Murray Darling Basin Plan.
Israelis allege drone favour
A major drone manufacturer says there is a lack of transparency in Australia’s bid to buy new lethal flying machines.
McArthur claims slammed
Analysts have poked holes in Glencore’s claims about the McArthur River zinc-lead mine in the Northern Territory.
Nats want subsidies scrapped
The Nationals have called for subsidies for renewables to be phased out.
Uranium bounce predicted
The deep slump in uranium pricing could soon turn around, according to Bannerman Resources director Brandon Munro.
Analysts outline price of Paris
Meeting the goals of the Paris climate agreement could cost $1.5 trillion in company profits ...
Bruce gets brake on Ten deal
WIN owner Bruce Gordon has managed to slow progress on the sale of the Ten Network to CBS.
Gig shifts missing super
Gig economy workers like Uber drivers and Airtaskers are missing out on superannuation, an industry lobby says.
Big smoke linked with national security
Investigations have revealed tobacco companies are pushing the police and Border Force in their fight against black market cigarettes.
Charities and NFPs get criminal warning
Charities and not-for-profit organisations are prime targets for criminals ...
CPSU slams IT hiring
The public sector union says poorly trained and inexperienced IT contractors are being hired for important government projects without proper scrutiny.
Queensland preps for robot help
Some future public servants could be robots, the Queensland government has hinted.
Big deal for Manus mistreatment
$70 million in compensation will be paid to 1,300 former and current detainees on Manus Island ...
Government wants Liddell to live on
The Prime Minister is very keen on keeping one of Australia’s oldest coal-fired power stations open ...