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Is WeWork the most overvalued company ever?

Is WeWork the most overvalued company ever?

When you really dig down into the numbers, WeCo is a one-trick pony — and the one trick ain’t that good.

How many Ooshies will the Ooshie-smooshers smoosh?

How many Ooshies will the Ooshie-smooshers smoosh?

Promising that Ooshies can be recycled has helped Woolworths make a lot of money off its latest child-bribery campaign. But what are the chances that they actually will be?

Will the Western Sydney Aerotropolis really create jobs?

Will the Western Sydney Aerotropolis really create jobs?

The NSW government’s planned Aerotropolis is spinning to residents of western Sydney. It's more about useful politics than plausible policy.

What can a movie about Brexit tell us about Scott Morrison's Australia?

What can a movie about Brexit tell us about Scott Morrison's Australia?

Brexit: The Uncivil War feels like a mud map for the Coalition’s campaign against Australian Labor in May this year.

Do you really know what you're signing up for with a loyalty card?

Do you really know what you're signing up for with a loyalty card?

The ACCC crackdown on loyalty programs like Qantas Frequent Flyers, Flybuys and Woolworth Rewards has shown they're all getting far more than they're giving.

Australia's most liveable cities are only liveable for some

Australia's most liveable cities are only liveable for some

Australian cities' celebrated 'liveability' is being hoarded by a lucky few. Until we focus on growing urban disparity, this won't change for generations.

Former top bureaucrat 'knows our commercial secrets'

Former top bureaucrat 'knows our commercial secrets'

A recently dismissed SA Trade Department executive, now working for a local medicinal cannabis company, had access to secret information on its competitors, one of them has warned.

A suburban RSL makes it into the AFR's top 500 companies

A suburban RSL makes it into the AFR's top 500 companies

With a company that specialises in boxes, a CD store, and a baking brand ranking higher than Football Federation Australia, this year's list is a real Thermomixed bag.

The GDP is in the gutter — expect the rest of the economy to follow

The GDP is in the gutter — expect the rest of the economy to follow

It's increasingly evident that we've reelected a PM and government who have delivered the slowest economic growth in a decade. Not that you'd know it from listening to them.

How do you get a whole country back to the shops?

How do you get a whole country back to the shops?

Australia's latest retail figures are in, and it doesn't look good. The government needs to throw one hell of a sale.