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Ten drama plays out in Federal Court -- but who will tell the ASX?

Ten drama plays out in Federal Court -- but who will tell the ASX?

Stephen Mayne and Glenn DyerJul 20, 2017

Tne federal government, regulators, Parliament and the courts are all involved in Ten's woes, which are being splashed all over the papers. But you'd never know it from disclosures to the ASX, write Stephen Mayne and Glenn Dyer.

Business' neoliberalism-as-usual ignores democratic reality

Business' neoliberalism-as-usual ignores democratic reality

Bernard KeaneJul 20, 201721 Comments

Business has failed to see that business-as-usual will no longer work with politicians who have to live in the real world of democratic politics.

Reserve Bank trolls excitable markets over interest rates

Reserve Bank trolls excitable markets over interest rates

Glenn Dyer and Bernard KeaneJul 20, 20174 Comments

Febrile markets have misjudged the Reserve Bank's monetary policy priorities, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

Yet another area of the economy the Abbott-Turnbull governments have mangled

Yet another area of the economy the Abbott-Turnbull governments have mangled

Alan AustinJul 20, 20175 Comments

Pretty much the only area of the economy that has improved under Malcolm Turnbull (and, earlier, Tony Abbott) is company profits -- but even then, only for a select few companies. And those working in construction haven't been so lucky.

Australia remains a gender-segregated workplace

Australia remains a gender-segregated workplace

Bernard KeaneJul 20, 20172 Comments

Many parts of Australian industry are segregated along gender lines -- and things haven't changed a lot in 30 years.

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Just because Tim Worner is the bad guy doesn't mean Amber Harrison is the hero

Just because Tim Worner is the bad guy doesn't mean Amber Harrison is the hero

Adam SchwabJul 19, 201712 Comments

We love an underdog fighting a noble battle against an evil corporation. But Amber Harrison does not fit the bill.

Harrison crushed, but Seven survives -- for now

Harrison crushed, but Seven survives -- for now

Glenn Dyer and Emily WatkinsJul 18, 20177 Comments

Seven has avoided updating the market while the case has been before the court, but now there are questions about its future now the Harrison scandal has ended, write Glenn Dyer and Emily Watkins.

The return of Rod Culleton -- to the other side of the table

The return of Rod Culleton -- to the other side of the table

Bernard KeaneJul 18, 20171 Comment

Ousted senator Rod Culleton is back at a Senate inquiry -- on the witness side of the table -- as One Nation chases disgruntled farmers.

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Can boomers and Millennials work together?

Can boomers and Millennials work together?

Philip TaylorJul 18, 20171 Comment

There is a need to challenge those who would have us view current economic and social transformation through the lens of generational conflict, writes Per Capita research fellow Philip Taylor.

Hockey v Morrison: who was the worse treasurer?

Hockey v Morrison: who was the worse treasurer?

Alan AustinJul 18, 201711 Comments

Staggering as it seems, Australia has had a worse treasurer than Joe Hockey. His name is Scott Morrison.

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