Stephen Mayne: Qantas boss Alan Joyce is ruthless, and effective
The last time I wrote about Qantas for The New Daily was back in August 2014, when everyone was calling for embattled...
Stephen Mayne: Time for the Murdochs to sell out of News Corp
The Murdochs are Australia’s richest family, with a $30 billion fortune spread across controlling shareholdings in News Corp and Fox Corp. Not...
Democracy dies in darkness – but AAP closure shows it can be seriously hurt in daylight
Can anyone else think of a situation when the two biggest players in a market, both of which are listed on the...
Six ways to fix Australia’s political donations system
Campaign finance is the largest source of political scandal across the democratic world. Hundreds of politicians including national leaders such as Germany’s...
Costello ‘could decide future of Fairfax’
ANALYSIS: Former Treasurer Peter Costello is set to chair Channel Nine, but his political interests could be damaging.
Stephen Mayne: embattled Joyce may yet survive
Qantas delivered the sixth biggest loss ever by an Australian-based company, but Stephen Mayne reckons CEO Alan Joyce should keep his job.
Will Rupert trade a lost dynasty?
Murdoch may have to sacrifice more than he bargained for if he wants to take control of Time Warner, writes Stephen Mayne.