For women on the ASX, there's hardly an old girls network to rely on for this, at least not in an official capacity based on visible boardroom connections. But there are 10 leading female super connectors, with the ability to reach a significant number of board members directly, or through an introduction.
Business mentors are invariably described as “invaluable” and “priceless” by the entrepreneurs and business people they work with, but a growing industry now surrounds what was traditionally an unremunerated position.
The very boring verbal jousting between Gina Rinehart and Wayne Swan continued yesterday with Rinehart giving a video speech on the Sydney Mining Club website, banging on about her pet problems.
So, has young Jimmy been sacked, demoted, or shown the door for the phone hacking that took place at News International? Well, no. He’s been promoted and awarded a US$5 million cash bonus for having such a great year.
Queensland's BRW Rich Lister Quinn family have revealed why they bought Darrell Lea, after the confectionery and chocolate maker's administrators announced plans to close the brand's remaining 27 retail stores and make 418 employees redundant.
Investors saw some awe-inspiring numbers -- and not the good kind -- trotted out over the past two months of the corporate reporting season. So are executives to blame for big writedowns announced by Rio TInto, BHP Billiton, Fairfax and NewsCorp?
Media buying is like running a fast food chain, says Harold Mitchell, the executive chairman of Australia’s biggest media-buying company, Aegis Media Pacific.
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