There has been an influx of bankers and lawyers appointed to arts boards but industry insiders are calling out a lack of expertise … and money flowing into arts institutions' coffers.
AMP's new boss Francesco De Ferrari says he has not worked in an organisation that has not made mistakes, but the test for his tenure will be how quickly the company fixes its errors.
After nine months of damning evidence of misconduct and malpractice, the final fortnight of hearings neatly encapsulated the banking royal commission, especially the starkly contrasting evidence of NAB's CEO and chairman.
Myer's board directors manage to avoid being thrown out by shareholders despite a "second strike" against the company's remuneration report amid declining sales and a rocky share price.
Justin Milne says it would be "disadvantageous" to name the past and present staff members he spoke to prior to the sacking of managing director Michelle Guthrie.
The chair of Melbourne's Lost Dogs' Home has been unanimously re-elected amidst controversy at the shelter's AGM, with some members left "shocked" and "angry" at their exclusion from the voting process.
A parliamentary committee will today confront former ABC managing director Michelle Guthrie and former chairman Justin Milne about allegations of political interference in the public broadcaster, as the pair step up their attacks on each other in written submissions to the inquiry.
The banking royal commission is in its second-last day of public hearings, with ANZ boss Shayne Elliott continuing to answer questions about the bank's pay practices and handling of customer compensation.
Donors to Melbourne's Lost Dogs Home threaten to cut the institution out of their wills, as concerns grow about the management of the charity.
One of WA's biggest mining companies is at the forefront the conversation around LGBTI inclusion, admitting the sector is not the beacon of diversity it should be.