Tony Boyd

Tony Boyd


Chanticleer columnist for The Australian Financial Review

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Formidable forensic analysis - Aiming for the stars, Jacques failed Rio's grassroots

“Barilaro’s threat was badly timed and irrational, not to mention inconsistent with the principles of cabinet solidarity and the good faith needed to run a coalition” - Koala crisis strengthens Premier's leadership in the face of Nationals threats

Mutuals rule OK? Union threatens coup against health fund board

Sneeze-guards and safety marshals: How to run a COVID-19-safe event

Australia’s top five deal makers in 2020

This says a lot about the female talent in Australian business - Louise Warner's job will be done by three people - Brent Merrick, Andrew Brewer and Joanne Taylor - Couche-Tard swoops on Ampol veteran

Another ASX listed company dudding staff on pay because of appalling systems - Bank of Queensland launches staff underpayments probe

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This document contains everything you need to know about why I was wrong about the need for a Royal Commission - weak regulatory enforcement, an entrenched disdain for consumers and financial institutions that put profit above the law and ethics.

Extraordinary that these ASX 200 companies attempt to offer services to women but have no women’s voices on their boards - HUB24, ARB Corp, Emeco and TPG Telecom (source latest AICD report on gender diversity) #ausbiz 

Another long term trend - Murray Darling Basin in 2019 has the lowest total rain since 1900 but 2018 is also among the 10 years with the lowest rain across the MDB. There has never been a 2-year low rain sequence like this in eastern Australia before.

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Energy futurist tells Sohn conference in Sydney that Adani coal mine only makes sense if the prices of wind and solar energy stop falling - he says that is not a sound economic bet #ausbiz 

A long term trend from the Bureau of Meteorology

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Jonathan Holmes last Fairfax column - Leaks, secrets and the really scary thing about the NBN raids - via @theage 

Top fund managers advocate for more women in industry via @FinancialReview 

Dick Smith Holdings collapse now officially a disaster - 301 stores in Aust and 61 in NZ to be closed - affects about 3000 employees #ausbiz 

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