Jason MurphyOct 27, 2016
People, right now, are very much buying into the idea that robots will take their jobs and leave them bereft.
Bernard KeaneOct 27, 20162 Comments
Business groups worrying over the rise of populism won't effectively deal with it until they make the inconvenient realisation that it's about fairness.
Glenn DyerOct 26, 20161 Comment
New inflation data shows a small rise in prices, but it's mostly down to the weather.
Myriam RobinOct 26, 20164 Comments
Can you discuss conservation of the Great Barrier Reef without talking about climate change? Alan Jones thinks so, and that a $1 million website is the best way to do it.
Stephen MayneOct 26, 20163 Comments
A Rupert Murdoch-chaired AGM is a very special event indeed. Two of them back-to-back is basically Christmas.
Bernard KeaneOct 26, 20163 Comments
The ABS' dumb decision to use geoblocking as its only defence against denial of service attacks treated Australians engaging in the basics of IT security as second-class citizens.
Bernard KeaneOct 25, 2016
The Prime Minister's cybersecurity adviser has criticised the Australian Bureau of Statistics' failings in its dealing with IBM, which led to the debacle of census night.
Michael SainsburyOct 25, 20165 Comments
In China’s three-tiered legal system, once a major operation such as this has been executed, the chances for anyone are slim.
Bernard KeaneOct 24, 201620 Comments
When it comes to Scott Morrison talking about the states dealing with land housing supply and infrastructure, we've been there, done that under previous governments.
Oct 21, 20166 Comments
The industry super sector has saved the Liberals from embarrassment by picking up Ausgrid in NSW, Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer write.