November 18, 2008 4 Comments
Yesterday’s news of a fall in retail sales in NSW in the September quarter points to the extraordinarily serious problems the NSW economy currently faces, writes Bernard Keane.
November 18, 2008 2 Comments
ABC Learning may yet turn out to be a significant problem for the Coalition, and it’s not clear they know it yet, writes, Bernard Keane.
November 17, 2008 8 Comments
It’s an intangible thing, the real economy, because it’s a composite of millions of individual decisions a day, writes Bernard Keane.
November 17, 2008 10 Comments
People, it seems, don’t want to know that their Prime Minister has an ego so large it unbalances his judgement. Or perhaps they know and don’t care, writes Bernard Keane.
November 14, 2008 6 Comments
Most department heads keep a low profile, even in the world of 24/Kevin where frank’n’fearless advice is encouraged -- so who are these people? Bernard Keane will fill you in.
November 13, 2008
If Qantas sells 40% of its Frequent Flyer unit, it will make David Epstein’s life a little more complicated in his new role at our major airline, writes Bernard Keane.
November 13, 2008 8 Comments
As China and the East roars ahead in classical 19th century high capitalist mode, the West runs on financial services, and rents – such as intellectual property, and debt and debt and debt.
November 13, 2008 11 Comments
Ken Henry’s appearance at the Press Club yesterday was a thing of wonder, writes Bernard Keane.
November 12, 2008 31 Comments
The risk with Turnbull’s tactics are that they backfire, and create a public impression of an smart-rse, someone who failed to get behind the Government as it tried to manage a global crisis, writes Bernard Keane.
November 12, 2008 3 Comments
Those convinced climate change is some left-wing scam would do well to click over to what our biggest polluting industries are saying, writes Bernard Keane.