Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - October, 2019
Embattled wave power company Carnegie Clean Energy has had its shares reinstated to the ASX.
Murdoch warned off whistleblower
Dozens of top professors have condemned Murdoch University for suing a whistleblower.
PM slams protests
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has slammed the “indulgent and selfish” practice of people boycotting companies ...
Court overturns backpacker tax
The Federal Court has decided to overturn the controversial backpacker tax.
Mental costs counted
The Productivity Commission says schools should employ “mental health and wellbeing” counsellors for children.
KPMG measures return benefits
KPMG says Australia can generate 30,000 additional workdays per week for the economy by getting mums back into work.
Big firms look at leaving lobbies
The chairman of Alinta Energy says big lobbies are undermining climate change policy.
Local Roundup cases loom
A farmer is the first person in Australia to launch legal action claiming Roundup caused his cancer.
Taylor's false claims answered
Energy Minister Angus Taylor has provided little explanation for using doctored documents to criticise Sydney’s lord mayor.
Dissent sweeps GHD
Leaks suggest one of the major contractors for the Carmichael mine has been rocked by internal dissent.
Mental expectancies measured
New research suggests people with mental disorders have a life expectancy up to a decade shorter than the general population.
Norway oil fund hits new height
The value of Norway's sovereign wealth fund has grown to a record 10 trillion Norwegian crowns ($A1.6 trillion).
Origin boss calls for certainty
Origin Energy boss Frank Calabria says the era of new coal power is over.
Pension Loans up for review
Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has launched a review of the Government's reverse mortgage scheme.
Defence concedes typo
Defence has been criticised for mistakes in the documentation for Australia’s Future Submarine budget.
SAPN to pay back
South Australia’s sole electricity distributor has been found to have overcharged SA councils and their ratepayers by millions.
Horse slaughter probe outlined
An independent inquiry into the treatment of retired racehorses and allegations of animal cruelty at abattoirs has been announced.