Details of Harry Kewell's $1 million a year contract with Jeep - including the thousands of dollars of payments made by the Socceroos star to the personal bank account of car company's former boss, Clyde Campbell - made headlines last week.
John Collett Despite big falls on sharemarkets in the days prior to June 30 because of the Greek debt crisis, super funds have finished the financial year with strong returns.
Anna Patty Greece's future in the eurozone may depend on it - but the referendum to be put to a vote on Sunday threatens to bamboozle most ordinary Greeks with its ridiculous complexity.
Patrick Hatch Australians could feel a pinch at the checkout as the falling dollar drives up the cost of importing goods like electronics, clothes and cars, economists say.
Gareth Hutchens High unemployment means wages are unlikely to grow any time soon.
David Wilson The founder of a charity manufacturing and providing backpack beds to the homeless reckons to succeed in such a field you need stupidity (not to quit), determination and motivation.
Jim Bright Jim Bright finds himself anxious at the thought of inciting revolution and being sent back to Old Blighty.
Peter Martin First, the good news. None of the BusinessDay forecasting panel expects a recession this coming year. But Australia's terms of trade are set to dive further and wage growth will be so low it won't match inflation, sending real wages backwards.
Rose Powell Global markets may have recovered from an onslaught of Greece-sparked volatility this week, but Sunday's referendum will plunge investors back into uncertainty.
Philip Wen The extreme volatility in China's $10 trillion markets have sent authorities scrambling to avert a crash.