While the examination of security company Paladin continues in Australian Parliament, it has been quietly reducing the wages of some of its lowest-paid workers in Papua New Guinea's capital, Port Moresby.
To motivate businesses to consider Brexit's economic impacts on the Netherlands, the Dutch are using a novel ploy.
A champion Paralympian had to slide down two flights of stairs on her bottom at a cinema. Now she is calling on businesses to make disability access a priority.
A former senior Labor minister calls for the NT's head public servant to resign over her involvement in awarding $10 million of taxpayer money to a water bottling company that was on the verge of bankruptcy.
Individual AMP executives are preparing for the possibility of facing criminal charges over the billion-dollar 'fees for no service' scandal, the company's lawyer said this morning.
NT Beverages, which received $10 million of taxpayer's money from an infrastructure fund that has since been abolished, was granted a water extraction licence just hours before entering into voluntary administration.
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.