19 November 2010 - talking about the war between Telstra and thre Future Fund
25 October 2010 - talking about Singapore bid for ASX.
4 August 2010 - discussing the former David Jones CEO Mark McInness.
3 August 2010 - discussing women on boards.
18 June 2010 - discussing the shock departure of David Jones CEO.
3 March 2010 - discussing Kerry Stokes and the merger between Ch7 and Westrac.
20 August 2009 - discussing the James Hardie fines.
01 May 2009 - discussing the Macquarie Bank results.
15 April 2009 - discussing the Brisconnections fiasco.
18 March 2009 - discussing the new laws about executive pay.
26 February 2009 - discussing the departure of Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo.
26 November 2008 - BHP has abandoned Rio Tinto's bid.
16 December 2008 - Telstra shares plunge, federal government debt, etc.
2 December 2008 - Interest rate cuts, economy and the Rio-BHP failed merger
11 November 2008 - ABC Learning, car industry bailout, Channel Seven AGM, media industry.
09 September 2008 - States finance, US finance, NSW power.
27 August 2008 - Woolworths profit.
13 August 2008 - Babcock, interest rates, the banks and big corporate losses.
29 July 2008 - Tumbling bank shares, Qantas and New South Wales state budget.
15 July 2008 - Global credit crisis.
15 June 2008 - Banking crisis in the US.
24 June 2008 - Trophy assets up for sales.
10 June 2008 - Focus on oil price issue.
27 May 2008 - The 2008 rich list, ANZ and Gunns's drama.
13 May 2008 - Westpac bid for St George.
15 Apr 2008 - Opes Prime and Tattersalls-Tabcorp duopoly.
1 Apr 2008 - Opes Prime and Solomon Lu.
18 Mar 2008 - Focus on market chaos and China.
5 Mar 2008 - Alan Kohler's article.
27 Feb 2008 - everything from the credit crunch to political donations and Chinese government investments Down Under.
19 Feb 2008 - The ins and outs of the credit crunch including Allco, MFS, Centro, Macquarie Fortress and Australia's crippling household and foreign debt.
5 Feb 2008 - A lively discussion about the Rio Tinto takeover battle, a new book on Rupert Murdoch's adventures in China and Kevin Rudd's magnificent record on financial management.
22 Jan 2008 - Who would have thought the children of Australia two biggest media empires - the Murdochs and the Packers - would get together and launch a $3.3 billion takeover bid. We discussed various angles on this move, plus the teetering trio - Centro, Allco and MFS.
Also click here to listen to Stephen Mayne on 774 ABC Melbourne with Lindy Burns or click here to listen to Stephen Mayne's last three chats with Virginia Trioli on 702 ABC Sydney.
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