January 22, 2018 3
More evidence is emerging that the Trump tax cut will be used for share buybacks not new investment. But you won't read that at the Fin.
January 22, 2018 16
Labor has started the year messily and Bill Shorten can't always rely on the Liberals to take the spotlight off his own flaws.
January 22, 2018 5
Unusually, the Turnbull government has presided over policies that have driven strong growth in female employment. We should get used to it.
January 22, 2018 1
We talk a lot about productivity but rarely with any seriousness. And we might not even be looking in the right place for growth.
January 19, 2018 6
The government has been flat-footed in responding to a surge in truck-related deaths. Both unions and companies are being more proactive than Canberra.
January 19, 2018 8
Alarm bells will be ringing with the Liberals as industry super stretches its lead over retail super in returns for members.
January 19, 2018 41
Increases in private health insurance premiums are set to hurt household budgets by $750 a year -- and deepen the appalling intergenerational theft private health insurance represents.
January 18, 2018 10
Does poor management of outsourcing by governments breed laziness and incompetence in major companies? The collapse of a major UK company poses serious questions for a key tenet of neoliberalism.
January 18, 2018 3
Another American CEO has admitted corporate tax cuts which be used to boost share prices, not increase investment. When will Australian CEOs be as honest?
January 17, 2018 10
Bureaucratic efforts to undermine Freedom of Information laws by insisting it prevents "frank and fearless advice" hurts democracy and further estranges the governing class from he electorate.