This list provides useful links to track the world's biggest companies by market capitalisation and it has been updated to mark the rankings immediately after the London Olympics for the 45 companies worth more than $US100 billion. Also, see this Crikey story on the topic.
This list tracks Australians who have accumulated net assets exceeding $10 million. We've got more than 1500 names with those who've fallen back below $10 million now italicised.
This list tracks all bond and treasury note issues by the Federal Labor Government since it was elected in November 2007. In 2010 there were 86 issues totaling more than $57 billion. There was one in December 2007, 14 in 2008 and in 100 in 2009.
Is ASIC an effective corporate cop? You be the judge as this is the list of 355 people they have sent to jail since it was established in January 1991.
This list tracks all annual losses exceeding $100 million by ASX listed companies over the past 30 years. Also, see this chronological version.
This list tracks the voting outcomes in the 2012 AGM season for companies facing a "second strike" on their remuneration report.
The 2008-09 season delivered unprecedented amounts of red ink, caused by the global financial crisis. Check out where these losses sit in the all-time list tracking $100 million losses from biggest to smallest.
This list tracks ASIC interventions and successful class actions related to breaches of continuous disclosure laws.
This list tracks Australian companies which failed in their offshore expansion plans.
More than 50 major Australian resource projects are controlled by foreign investors. Additionally, here are lists of foreign companies generating more than $200m, and Australia's improving foreign ownership record.
Here is a list of 274 foreign companies that generate more than $200 million in Australia each year.
This lists tracks how Big Four bank bad debt provisions have risen from their lows during the great credit bubble, reached peaks in 2009 and then tumbled again.
Australia has long had a terrible foreign ownership record, but it has improved a little in recent years as this list of about 70 Australian companies generating more than $200m a year offshore demonstrates.
This list, first researched by Crikey in 2002, tracks Australian journalists who have gone on to write books.
This list tracks executive pay at News Corp over the past few years.
This list tracks all ASX200 companies which have no female directors.
Here is a first attempt to rate the best male directors in Australia. We start with a top 20, followed by the next 80 and then an additional pool after that. There's also a list of those who should go at the bottom and check out the rankings of the top women directors here.
This list tracks the top professional female non-executive directors of Australian listed companies. Go to the bottom for some unranked listings of public sector female directors and former ASX directors. Also, click here for our rankings of the best male directors.
This list tracks who are the top female executives in the ASX200 companies, there positions, histories and pay details.
This list tracks all past and present female CEOs of ASX-listed companies.
The world's most powerful women CEOs aren't waiting around for the men. Check out this list of top CEOs on the globe.
This list tracks the so-called "social issues" at board level when public companies merge or are taken over.
The Mayne Report loves a good list and on this page we have a complete compilation with links to all of the offerings we've worked up over the past few years.
Here is a list of long serving directors on public company boards who should retire to make way for younger directors, preferably women, who don't have so many blots on the copy book.
This list tracks against votes of more than 20% on remuneration reports since the non-binding vote was introduced in 2005.
This lists tracks former union officials who have made it into state or federal parliament as Labor MPs over the past 30 years. Send any corrections or additions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This list tracks CEOs or executive directors of major companies who have simultaneously been non executive directors of other major public companies.
This list examines the size and timing of major equity market capital raisings since the beginning of 2008.
Major Australian companies which raised capital since January 2008 exclusively through pro-rata entitlement offers that treated shareholders equally.
We've compiled this list of more than 120 current and past federal and state politicians who got their start serving on their local council.
This list tracks councillors from across Australia who got into some sort of strife.
This list tracks AGMs that have been written up in the Australian Shareholders' Association's Equity Magazine.
This list tracks companies which have been covered in the Bouquets and Brickbats section of Equity Magazine.
Companies since the beginning of 2007 which did cosy placements with big institutions but then treated shareholders differently.
This list tracks the results released on February 28, 2011, the last day of the season for reporting periods finishing on December 31.
When John Brumby was under fire in 2010 over four family members being on the payroll, we updated this political relationships list which was first worked up on Crikey years ago. Listen to this interview on 3AW with Derryn Hinch and send all corrections and additions to email@example.com.
This list was first worked up on Crikey many years ago and has been updated to keep track of former Labor staffers during the Hawke-Keating years. Send all your contributions and corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out the lists of the former Rudd government staffers and former Howard government staffers.
Crikey decided to track the career paths of former Howard government staffers to see if there is any sort of pattern. The project lapsed for six years but we're firing it up again so send all your contributions and corrections to email@example.com. Check out the lists of the former Labor Hawke-Keating staffers and former Rudd staffers.
We decided to track the career paths of former Government staffers and this list tracks where staffers who exited the Rudd Government finished up. Send all your contributions and corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out the lists of the former Labor Hawke-Keating staffers and former Howard government staffers.
Here is a list first worked up by Crikey many years ago which tracks recipients of honorary doctorates.
This list tracks the former Australian politicians who have or still serve on public company boards.
Here is a list of notable Australians who have sued for defamation over the years, some of which was first worked up by Crikey.
This list tracks the avalanche of Australasian investment funds that either collapsed or suspended redemptions due to the global credit crisis.
The 2008-09 reporting season was the worst we've ever seen. Here's a chronological list of how the 53 losses above $100 million were rolled out.
Here is the chronological version of the losses revealed by ASX-listed companies on Friday, February 27, 2009, the very last day of the worst profit reporting season in history.
Here is a reverse chronological list of how the deluge of last day results unfolded on Tuesday.
This list tracks political donations by gambling interests to registered Australian political parties over the past few years.
Below is a list of the top pokies venues from around Victoria where punters lost more than $10 million in 2009/10. Only 9 of these 66 venues are located in Liberal seats.
This list tracks the board diversity and financials of AFL clubs.
All earnings results released on August 31, 2009, the last day of the 2008-09 profit reporting season. Compare it with what happened on February 27, 2009, the last day of the interim reporting season.
The Mayne Report has built up some insightful lists tracking the following various components of foreign ownership in Australia.
This list tracks Australian-based miners with offshore mining operations or prospects.
This list tracks every Australian project which are backed by the Chinese.
This list tracks Chinese Government investments in Australian resource projects.
This list tracks major sovereign investments in Australia, demonstrating how both Singapore and China are set to own more Australian business assets than our own government.
Here is our take on the happy and unhappy foreign players in Australia. Why the hell did we invest in Australia? We love making truckloads in Australia
This list tracks the claimed balance sheet values of companies at the time they collapsed and names the auditor who was involved.
We're tracking current and former position holders of the most successful Australian executives and directors in business on the world stage.
Here is a list of the hostile EGMs and resolutions that have been called by shareholders of ASX-listed companies over the past 20 years.
This list attempts to tracks which countries have produced globally known brands.
Here is a list of some of the biggest share price tanks in recent Australian history that were triggered by an announcement.
Payouts to executive fat cats are now a hot issue globally, so here is list of 50 excessive CEO payouts over the past 20 years in Australia.
If 100 shareholders sign up, a company must distribute up to 1000 words on an issue to all shareholders in an Australian public company under s249P of the Corporations Act.
Here is a list looking at the records of expat CEOs brought in to run Australian companies.
The Mayne Report's ASIC jail list highlights what a slack job the corporate plod has done over the years on insider trading.
Here is a list of Australian companies that have allowed a new CEO to take the helm and wield the axe on balance sheet values.
Here is a list of privatisation deals in Australia over the past 20 years.
When a business develops an association with a sports franchise, inevitably it seems to lead to trouble.
Ever wondered who our longest serving executive and non-executive directors are? Try these out for interesting lists. We've set a $500 million cut-off in terms of market capitalisation, so please send any additions or corrections to email@example.com.
Incumbent directors in Australia average around 96% of votes when they are up for re-election. We've trawled through the records and found the endorsed directors who have received less than 90%. They are ranked in order of worst primary vote but we open with the people who quit shortly before AGMs knowing that they were going down.
It's time once again to fire up the list of energy sector deals over the past 15 years which includes the investment bankers who advised on each sale. This list was first developed and published on Crikey.
Not enough resolutions are rejected by shareholders but here is a list of those that have been.
Here is a list of senior executives whose boards should never have allowed them to leave and emerge as a sold boss elsewhere.
Here is a list of almost 70 people who have sat on the well worn seats of the NRMA board since 1992.
Comings and goings of directors and executives at public companies can often cause sharp share price movements.
Comings and goings of directors and executives at public companies can often cause sharp share price movements. This list tracks corporate departures which sent the share price soaring.
Comings and goings of directors and executives at public companies can often cause sharp share price movements. This list tracks arrivals which sent the share price plummeting.
Comings and goings of directors and executives at public companies can often cause sharp share price movements. This list tracks arrivals which sent the share price soaring.
Below is a list tracking known examples of cheque-book journalism in Australia which in part relies on research conducted by the wonderful Crikey team over several years.
This list tracks the progress of the 38 individual billionaires identified by BRW Magazine in 2008 against their valuations in the following years.
This list tracks our private engagement with various public company directors over the years.