EDITORS' PICKS

It's been a big week in business and if you missed anything you'll find it right here including Robert Gottliebsen on commodity prices, Stephen Bartholomeusz on the next generation of CEOs and Tony Boyd on Suncorp.

Doubts grow over commodities
Robert Gottliebsen
The market's faith in commodities is wavering. Copper, zinc, nickel and oil have shown weakness and even the bullish assumptions on iron ore and coal are open to question.

The rise of Gen X
Stephen Bartholomeusz
Some of Australia's biggest blue-chips have responded to challenging circumstances by breaking with tradition and installing younger chief executives. After years on the sidelines, generation X's time has come.

A cloud over Suncorp
Tony Boyd
It's not Suncorp's banking operations but its wealth management division that is to blame for its savagely reduced profit forecast and share price plunge.

To hell in an SUV
Giles Parkinson
Is Australia, like the Ford Motor Company, really prepared to shoot itself in the foot by putting its addiction to big cars and fossil fuels ahead of economic development?

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