It's hard to believe that there aren't plenty of executives around town sweating a little more profusely this week as they delete their text messages and rethink the merits of any secret romantic trysts with their staff.
Mathew Dunckley A government-backed fund is needed to ensure access to justice for cases where litigation funders and plaintiff lawyers are unwilling to back court action, says a leading expert in the field.
Lucy Battersby Anonymous rogue websites continue to create legal headaches for Seven West Media with a new page registered over the weekend repeating allegations about chief executive Tim Worner and former Seven employees.
Colin Kruger Business guru and Celebrity Apprentice host Mark Bouris promised to fire himself if his financial group, Yellow Brick Road, did not make a profit this year.He was joking of course, but the good news for Bouris is that he won't have to worry about his long suffering fellow investors taking the promise seriously.
Lucy Cormack You can finally check when you will get the NBN and what sort of technology you will be receiving.
Eryk Bagshaw Company profits have surged to record highs at the same time wages suffered their sharpest decline in eight years.
Elizabeth Knight, Patrick Hatch Insurance giant QBE's chief executive, John Neal, has suffered a $550,000 cut to his bonus for not disclosing a romantic relationship with his executive assistant.
Patrick Hatch Insurance giant QBE has reported a 5 per cent jump in net profit in the year to December 31 and announced a $1 billion share buyback ahead of expected earnings growth.
Carolyn Cummins Global construction and infrastructure group Lendlease will look to its construction and development pipleline for growth in the coming year, boosted by the strong office leasing markets.
Brian Robins The clock is now ticking on the financial future of the ailing law firm Slater and Gordon, with a 90-day deadline to finalise talks with its bankers