Stephen Mayne

Stephen Mayne is a Walkley Award journalist, shareholder activist, former City of Melbourne councillor, former spindoctor for Jeff Kennett’s Victorian Liberal Government, founder of crikey.com and publisher of wwww.maynereport.com. He can be reached on [email protected]
ASIC grandly slammed by Harold Mitchell mates, must appeal Tennis Australia case

ASIC grandly slammed by Harold Mitchell mates, must appeal Tennis Australia case

The Liberals have appointed all the key personnel to corporate cop ASIC. The decision on whether to appeal the ...
Rio Tinto: ditch the colonial baggage and get with a 21st-century program

Rio Tinto: ditch the colonial baggage and get with a 21st-century program

Astronomical profits on the back of continued exploitation of Indigenous-owned land in WA. It's time Rio upped the ...
Pokies Putsch: RSL’s pokies-captured old guard fend off young veterans reforms

Pokies Putsch: RSL’s pokies-captured old guard fend off young veterans reforms

The push is on around Australia to re-open club pokies dens. At RSL Victoria, the old guard board has been caught ...
Keep the Pokies Shut: Australians are saving $38 million a day

Keep the Pokies Shut: Australians are saving $38 million a day

The pokies are shut. Thousands of Australians believe they should stay shut for as long as possible. Meanwhile, ...
ASX Heist: small shareholders ripped by bankers in rash of emergency capital raisings

ASX Heist: small shareholders ripped by bankers in rash of emergency capital raisings

Small investors on the ASX are being ripped off again by Wall Street investment banks, writes shareholder activist ...
Revealed: how the Murdoch men looted $1.4 billion in salary from public companies

Revealed: how the Murdoch men looted $1.4 billion in salary from public companies

News Corp’s Australian newspapers are quick to attack union leaders and local government bureaucrats for being ...
Quid Pro Quo: who paid who before the Election and what do they want?

Quid Pro Quo: who paid who before the Election and what do they want?

Nine months after the Election, we find out who bought it. From News Corp to GetUp, from Adani to the Australian ...

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