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Glenn Dyer —

Glenn Dyer

Glenn Dyer is Crikey's business and media commentator.

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ABC stands out over richer commercial networks

It was Nine's night, but the ABC was the real winner.

Reserve Bank of Australia governor Phillip Lowe (Image: AAP/Joel Carrett)

Reserve Bank flags years of pain — and the problem is demand, not supply

Fiscal stimulus is needed now more than ever so Australians can be confident to go out and spend.

Bachelor in Paradise cast member Brittney Hockley appears on The Project (Image: Supplied)

Wild weather more entertaining than Bachelor in Paradise

Brittney Hockley's interview about her time on Bachelor in Paradise was more interesting than the show itself.

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Second wave of news ratings as viewers turn on for coronavirus news

Viewers have turned to news programming as the second wave of the virus continues.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews (Image: AAP/James Ross)

Andrews delivers a gut punch to the national economy, but it's the feds who need to pay

Thanks to Daniel Andrews and his government, Australia faces an economic disaster. But the federal government must step up on the response.

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Between Two Worlds is Seven's latest turkey

Seven’s Between Two Worlds is a turkey but it won’t last until Thanksgiving.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews (Image: AAP/David Crosling)

We're all Victorians now: why Dan Andrews should force Canberra's hand on extra stimulus

The new Victorian shutdown will force an overhaul of Australia's fiscal and economic outlook. And we need more stimulus, too – much more.

Roger Ailes (Image: AP/Jim Cooper)

Murdoch's leaving is a long time coming and certainly not all it seems

Is Rupert Murdoch's son's resignation from News Corp really prompted by a question of morality?

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Regulation? What regulation? Mega tech companies stun market with profit boost

The latest profit results from the tech giants show they are seemingly impervious to economic reality, government persuasion or regulation.

The US Federal Reserve building in Washington DC (Image: Wikimedia/Jbarta)

If NSW goes the way of Victoria, the US shows us what will happens next

A persistence of COVID-19 infections threatens to snuff out economic recovery amid the worst contractions in history.