Upcoming Features

Below is a list of our upcoming features and their dates of publication. If you know of a news worthy event relevant to an upcoming feature or you wish to advertise in these features please email Greg Rogers or call 08 9288 2100.

November 2017

CEO Salary Survey + Junior Mining and Exploration 20 November 2017

CEO Salary Survey: In a comprehensive review from a database unmatched by any other local publisher, Business News analyses the remuneration and performance of Western Australia’s listed company CEOs. This is a no holds barred examination of who has earned the most, compared with the results of the business they have led. 

Junior Mining and Exploration: Western Australia is a mining state but, more importantly, it is a global hub for junior explorers and smaller mining companies that use Perth as a corporate base for their ventures throughout the world. We analyse the trends in the sector and check the health of this vital driver of the state’s economy. 


December 2017

Wealth Creators + WA Dynasties 04 December 2017

Wealth Creators: Using public data, including the share holdings of WA company directors, and other less accessible information, we build WA’s own rich list to show not who has wealth but who created it. These are the people who had ideas or were willing to back them to build businesses that keep our state moving. 

WA Dynasties: With a rich history of entrepreneurial individuals and families there is certain WA flavour to our market. Business News looks at the families that helped shape our state and have stood the test of time by retaining long-term ownership of their assets. Join us on this journey.



Person of the Year + Biggest Employers 18 December 2017

Person of the Year:  Business News’ editorial team review the year’s big issues, deals and decision makers to find the people who really made a difference. In that we nominate the individual who stands out above the crowd 

Biggest Employers:  Big business might be a dirty word, but businesses that employ lots of people keep our economy humming. Our survey of the biggest employers in Western Australia always has surprises, not least being the broad nature of the industries in which most people work.