Bernard KeaneFeb 16, 20176 Comments
Retailers claimed it would save billions a year and thousands of jobs, but the government's punitive crackdown on online shopping at the behest of retailers will yield minimal revenue.
Bernard KeaneFeb 16, 20178 Comments
Where is your personal data stored under the government's data retention regime? The government admits it has no idea -- and that's not about to change.
Glenn DyerFeb 16, 20175 Comments
The news will increase pressure on the federal government and the Senate to go beyond just cuts to the licence fees -- total abolition would not be a surprise as a request from the embattled sector
Michael BradleyFeb 15, 20175 Comments
Seven's high-paid lawyers have thrown everything they can at Amber Harrison. Get set for a knock-down, drag-out legal fight with plenty of punch.
Adam SchwabFeb 14, 20176 Comments
We now know Ahmed Fahour was paid $5.6 million last year. How can Australia Post possibly justify such a ridiculous salary?
Stephen MayneFeb 14, 20173 Comments
Worner will host a conference call with analysts at 10am tomorrow morning. But will journalists be allowed to ask about the Amber Harrison affair?
Helen RazerFeb 14, 201728 Comments
If you’re young, the future looks very bleak indeed, and our so-called leaders aren’t doing jack to help you.
Feb 13, 20173 Comments
Swiss voters have rejected a company tax cut -- suspecting that they would be the ones to end up paying for it, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Stephen MayneFeb 13, 20178 Comments
The public has the right to know how much executives whose salaries are paid for by the taxpayer are paid, but there is a shocking lack of disclosure at most government agencies,