Joining Business Sunday as a regular commentator in 1987, Terry McCrann is well known for his hard-hitting commentaries on business, the economy, rampaging entrepreneurs, and politicians.
Will interest rates be cut? Will the dollar fall? Which companies are headed for troubled times? For more than 20 years Terry has provided critical analysis on these issues and a wide range of events and personalities that have shaped the nation. He's also been at the centre of many of the great controversies and debates that erupted during the Hawke-Keating years.
A graduate of Melbourne Grammar School, Terry gained an Honours degree in Economics from Monash University.
In 1975 he became Finance Editor for The Sun and the following year Finance Editor of The National Times. Two years later in 1978, Terry was appointed Business Editor for The Age.
Joining News Limited in 1987, Terry is currently Associate Editor of Business for Melbourne's Herald Sun newspaper, The Daily Telegraph in Sydney, and Courier Mail in Brisbane.
Terry McCrann is a winner of the Graham Perkin Journalist of the Year Award, Finance Journalist of the Year and the Melbourne Press Club's 1996 Golden Quill Award for his reporting and commentary of the Coles Myer affair.