Women at the top of the business and public sectors earn about $65,000 less than their male equivalents.

One of Australia’s biggest resource projects is being marred by workplace disputes.

Medibank is facing legal action in the Federal Court over “misleading and unconscionable conduct”.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is being criticised again for links to dodgy business dealings in Russia.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) says the LNG glut will continue.

Microsoft is moving to buy a bigger slice of the business-tech market, with a $35 billion bid to buy LinkedIn.

A former Liberal MP has slammed the party’s use of voter-tracking software.

The head of Citic Pacific Mining claims the company's Sino Iron project in the Pilbara is not a financial disaster.

Australia’s slump in new mining investment is only half over, experts say.

Fair finance advocates have produced new tools to re-balance tax policies and human rights.

There has been a string of insider trading convictions this year, but many more are being missed.

New research suggests insurance claimants should be assisted by a financial adviser when dealing with life insurance companies.

One of Australia’s worst tax avoiders is shuffling around billions to trim its tax bill.

The News South Wales ICAC is cutting staff, while public support for anti-corruption courts grows.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has backed nbn Co’s revenue controls for 2014-15.

Shell Australia chairman Andrew Smith says burning so much brown coal is absurd.

Renewable energy is taking over as stats show green power has grown while fossil fuels tumble.

The outlook for Peabody Energy is pretty rough, after it posted a near-$3 billion loss and warned it could be pulled into its US parent’s bankruptcy issues.

A new survey says confidence in financial planners is down, while trust in the financial services industry overall has improved.

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has paid over $4.8 million in compensation from its Open Advice Review Program.

A public service agency is trying a radical new method to increase its female workforce - asking women what they want.

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I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

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