Bernard Keane September 26, 2017 6 Comments
A new International Monetary Fund paper expands the view of what used to be the temple of international neoliberalism that inequality is growing, and dangerous.
Bernard Keane September 26, 2017 15 Comments
A good political nickname will resonate with the electorate because it reflects a well known aspect of a politician's character. But they rarely do anything more than that.
Bernard Keane September 26, 2017 13 Comments
Gas companies should be careful - the Prime Minister really will use a gas reservation. He will, you know! Don't try him! And what does the competition regulator think of all this?
Bernard Keane September 25, 2017 15 Comments
The unchanging nature of the polls suggests whatever tactics the government has adopted, they're not registering with people outside Canberra.
Bernard Keane September 25, 2017 1 Comment
If you want a pay rise, probably best to avoid mining and construction for the moment, and probably not go to Western Australia either. Instead, look for a job in the power industry.
Bernard Keane September 25, 2017 8 Comments
It didn't take long after BHP mentioned it was unhappy with the coal-obsessed direction of the Minerals Council for the council CEO to depart.
Bernard Keane September 22, 2017 41 Comments
The debacle of Malcolm Roberts' appearance before the High Court yesterday summed up the political cancer that is One Nation.
Bernard Keane September 22, 2017 2 Comments
The era of big banks being all things to all people is coming to an end as the majors offload their wealth management and insurance arms.
Bernard Keane September 21, 2017 2 Comments
Employers remain convinced the biggest problem in Australia is not being able to slash workers' wages, despite real wages falls.