Global management consulting firm Oliver Wyman has agreed to buy boutique practice Azure Consulting, which has 20 staff across offices in Perth and Melbourne.
Canadian Ambassador to China and McKinsey & Company mainstay Dominic Barton will take over as chair of Rio Tinto from May 2022, as the company navigates a post-Juukan Gorge era.
Production workers at West Australian Newspapers were locked out indefinitely on Thursday night, their union claims.
Perth law firm Kott Gunning ceased trading on Friday after more than 100 years in business, with its partners and staff moving to two national firms.
The Supreme Court has rejected an attempt by the corporate regulator to overturn payments to insolvency experts Martin Jones and Andrew Smith.
Specialist intellectual property law firm Wrays has expanded with the acquisition of boutique Perth practice Lord & Co.
Two recent acquisitions have helped Deloitte extend its lead as WA’s largest accounting and consulting firm.
Herbert Smith Freehills partner Tony Joyner has been appointed chair of the Committee for Perth board, replacing Kate Lamont.
Businessman Sam Walsh has been awarded The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon for his contributions to economic relations between Japan and Australia.
Heather Zampatti, Jennifer Morris and Amber Banfield are set to take up new board positions with three ASX-listed mining companies respectively.
Investment bank Goldman Sachs has appointed Gavi Friedland as head of metals and mining in Australia and New Zealand, taking over from Perth-based Peter Watson.
After nine years as a top policy adviser to Mark McGowan, Jo Gaines is going into business with her sister, well-known boardroom adviser Alison Gaines.
KPMG has disciplined more than 1,000 staff and cut the pay of 16 partners after it uncovered misconduct in regard to internal ‘independence training’ and associated testing.
KPMG has been fined, disciplined more than 1,000 staff and cut the pay of 16 partners after it found staff shared the answers for internal tests.
Job advertisements in Western Australia were up 1 per cent in August, while vacancies on the east coast fell sharply.