A recent study has found Australians have virtually no concern for strong business leadership, ranking CEOs below politicians and sporting figures.

It seems a misplaced word is all it takes to upset the balance of the global financial market, if you are the Chairman of the United States Federal Reserve.

The man tasked with launching the National Broadband Network is stepping down. NBN Co. chief Mike Quigley has announced he is retiring from the company and corporate life.

Clive Palmer has said there is no doubt he will operate a lucrative new port in Western Australia, following reports the Federal Government was being pushed to revoke his license.

Queensland Premier Campbell Newman has announced an independent committee will be set up to deal with State MP's salaries, after outrage over a planned 42 per cent increase to politicians' pay.

A man described as one of Australian media acquisitions’ “best closers” is stepping down, leaving a significant void in the Nine Network.

Troy Resources executives may not be all smiles after a friendly takeover of Azimuth Resources.

A former investigator for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and the National Australia Bank may be looking to return to this side of the Tasman, after completing his contract with New Zealand’s financial watchdog.

Yahoo’s CEO must be doing something right; during the year Marissa Mayer has had the job employee satisfaction has hit a five-year high.

A series of University talks from prominent leaders of various industries has been one of the highlights of the year for many students. World champion yachtsman, businessman, philanthropist and Monash University alumnus, John Bertrand will lead the high-powered gatherings to discuss the essence of great leadership this month.

Big Australian buyers are stuffing their warehouses now, anticipating more drops in the dollar.

Some CEOs are known for their near-inhuman dedication to their directorships, but it seems one former executive is happier to hang up his cufflinks and indulge a musical passion.

Chinese telecommunications provider Huawei have appointed Perth-born Colin Giles as executive Vice President, following the company’s ban from providing services on Australia’s National Broadband Network.  

The executive who introduced the 'Woolworths, the Fresh Food People' slogan says Australian supermarkets should have a quota on imported stock, reducing margins to lend a hand to struggling producers.

The Australian Industry Group has teamed up with the Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry to offer an ‘immersion program’ for Australian executives in Japan.

A program at the University of Melbourne is seeking to foster the next generation of ambitious Australian entrepreneurs.

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