Frank Lowy

Lowy senses retail storm

It’s hard to not admire Frank Lowy, either as founder and major shareholder of the Westfield retail property group or for the $6 billion personal fortune he has amassed after arriving in Australia as an impoverished European migrant in 1952.

Chevron, Rio execs get AAA award

Chevron Australia managing director Roy Krzywosinski and Rio Tinto Iron Ore chief executive Andrew Harding have joined some of Australia’s top business leaders in being honoured by the American Australian Association.

Old stagers embrace retail change

Those who predicted the death of traditional media may have cast their votes too early.

How old is too old to run a big business?

Understanding how the internet affects traditional businesses seems to be a young person’s game.