Chris Pash

Chris Pash has been a correspondent, bureau chief, editor and news company chief executive.

His book, The Last Whale, is a narrative non-fiction account about those who worked at the last whaling station in Australia and the activists who fought to close it down.

He is a member of the board of directors of the Australian Society of Authors and a former director of the Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers’ Association (PANPA).

What's Happening

This is where the new jobs will be created in Australian over the next five years

Amazon Australia makes its move into groceries, with thousands of products from 400 brands

Rogue cane toads have arrived in Canberra

THE BUX STOPS HERE: How a Perth fintech that raised $65 million ended up in liquidation

Telstra's chairman just admitted executives in Australia are paid too much

Proxies show Telstra will be hit with a first strike over executive bonuses

Wesfarmers is about to lose its title as the largest private employer in Australia

NAB says it will spend another $314 million on customer refunds and compensation

Coles needs more than the Little Shop campaign to see off competitors

Shares in jeweller Michael Hill crushed

Solomon Lew says the Myer board of directors is holding the new CEO back

The ASX took another hit

Coles has made a big comeback - and it's thanks to those 'Little Shop' toys

Perth's Orbital just signed a deal with Boeing for its unmanned aerial vehicle propulsion system

The ASX shrugged off Wall Street's woes

Australia’s startups have grabbed $445 million in venture capital over just three months

The ANZ CEO wants customers to contact him directly so he's made his email address public -- here it is

The ANZ has sacked 200 bankers this year for misconduct

King & Wood Mallesons is being investigated for overworking its lawyers during the banking royal commission

ASX plunges back below 6000 as Australian stocks are caught in a wave of global selling

Westpac's Brian Hartzer says tougher regulations alone won't solve poor bank conduct

The Commonwealth has sacked 41 bankers this year

Telstra tries to head off a shareholder revolt over bonuses for senior executives

Matt Comyn says greed played a part in the Commonwealth's culture failure

The government is fast tracking tax cuts for smaller companies

Australia is about to see a spike in gastro cases -- here's why

Australian researchers have just detected mysterious radio signals from deep space

Japan's Kirin is selling Australian dairy business Lion

Navitas shares are going nuts on a takeover bid

Pay growth for Australian millennials is stunted

The Sydney Angels just funded an AI-enabled recruitment platform startup

Banks are changing their code of practice to ensure the dead aren't charged fees

The terms of reference for the aged care royal commission have been announced

IMF: Australia's economic growth prospects slip over the US-China trade war

Gina Rinehart has won the battle of the billionaires for Atlas Iron

Telstra is preparing for a shareholder backlash against executive pay

Digital bank volt has closed a strategic partnership with PayPal

The ATO has squeezed an extra $5.6 billion in tax from multinationals

Australia's latest digital bank startup UP has launched with a shortcut via Bendigo Bank

The ATO is reportedly coming after the big four accountancy firms for tax schemes

It takes an average of 82 days in Australia to find a new job

Solomon Lew is gearing up for another assault on Myer's board

Queensland blockchain startup TravelbyBit just won a $3.5 million investment from global cryptocurrency exchange Binance

Shares in Freedom Insurance are being crushed

The health trend that encouraged companies to produce adulterated Australian honey

The most in demand freelance jobs in Australia

The Australian arm of chocolate and coffee chain Max Brenner has gone into administration

Freedom Insurance's CEO is gone and 140 staff have lost their jobs

Freedom Insurance is in a trading halt as it tries to sort out its future

Latitude Financial appoints Ahmed Fahour as CEO and puts its $4 billion float on hold