The Australian Financial Review is launching an improved app for iPhone and iPad users.
Financial Review journalists are finalists in the 68th Walkley awards for excellence in journalism for their coverage of PwC and Fortescue, two of the biggest business news stories of the year.
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Joe Aston has decided to resign from The Australian Financial Review following an extraordinary 12 years.
Offered free every Tuesday, The Download will provide essential news and analysis for anyone with an interest in technology.
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Four Financial Review reporters are finalists in the Walkley awards for excellence in business journalism, in what the judges said was “a very strong year for entries”.
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Neil Chenoweth and Edmund Tadros won five awards at the Kennedy Awards for Excellence in Journalism including for their reporting on the PwC tax leaks.
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Education editor Julie Hare has been awarded the Universities Australia Higher Education Journalist of the Year 2023 by the National Press Club.
Joanna Mather has been appointed Wealth Editor; Ronald Mizen will cover the intersection of business, politics, economics and the law; and Michael Read has been appointed economics correspondent.
The Australian Financial Review is committed to building trust with readers by correcting factual errors promptly and prominently.
More than a dozen watch brands will present novelties and news in their boutiques over a two-day curated event in Sydney’s CBD.
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The Financial Review is investing in its reporting of companies, markets, property and technology with a series of new staff appointments.
The country’s most-read premium business masthead reached a print and digital audience of 3.5 million people, figures released by Roy Morgan show.
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The Australian Financial Review has bolstered its coverage of foreign affairs and announced promotions in defence and politics.
The AFR app makes it easy to stay ahead of the latest business news, insights and analysis, wherever you are.
The Australian Financial Review is delighted to announce several new appointments to expand the newsroom and drive growth for the masthead’s 3.6 million monthly readers across print and digital.