With vested interests already jockeying for position, the government needs to seize the debate about what the post-COVID reset looks like.
Rio Tinto’s dual-listed company structure has always made its annual shareholder meetings strange affairs.
Former Dow Chemical chief Andrew Liveris is looking at ways to boost Australia’s manufacturing capacity in response to the crisis.
The coronavirus crisis shows it is no longer acceptable for companies to focus solely on maximising profits, says BP’s boss.
The Morrison government’s new business co-ordination tsar Nev Power says all companies must have a COVID-19 plan in place.
Westpac’s new chairman says he won’t be sitting on the sidelines, setting out a big and detailed agenda of change.
Westpac’s new CEO has received a warm welcome because he knows what to do in a crisis and understands the machinery of banking.
Newly minted Optus boss Kelly Bayer Rosmarin is no stranger to a crisis.
In the space of a week CBA doubled the size of the hit it expects the economy to take, CEO Matt Comyn reveals.
Governments should be wary about promising what things will be like once the pandemic subsides, says prominent director Sam Mostyn.
Business Review Editor
Eric Johnston joined The Australian in July 2014. Previously he was the business editor of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, overseeing award-winning business coverage and driving investigative reporting. He also has worked at The AFR and as a correspondent with Dow Jones, where his stories appeared in The Wall Street Journal.
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