For the last decade, Neil Chenoweth has been one of Australia's leading investigative business writers. He is currently a journalist at The Australian Financial Review.
In 2004, Chenoweth won the Gold Walkley for helping uncover a money trail from a payout on the Offset Alpine Printing fire to secret Swiss bank accounts held by Rene Rivkin, Trevor Kennedy and Graham Richardson. He won a second Walkley in 2006 for his book Packer's Lunch and a third in 2008 for his reporting on the Opes Prime scandal.
Published: December 2013
The inside story of the skullduggery at the heart of one the Murdoch empire's subsidiaries, NDS.
Published: September 2007
The updated edition of the much-lauded, Walkley award-winning book that laid bare the deals and deeds of Graham Richardson, Trevor Kennedy and Rene Rivkin and Sydney's other power players of the 1990s.