Bernard KeaneAug 22, 201713 Comments
Doomsday predictions about the imminent bursting of the property bubble have become a media cliché despite the evidence.
Bernard KeaneAug 22, 20173 Comments
Peter Costello doesn't know much about the global financial crisis. But he knows what he likes: punitive financial measures.
Aug 21, 20172 Comments
News Corp needs to evolve if they are to keep their mastheads alive, and while they have accepted that print is no longer viable there doesn't seem to be a ready replacement on the horizon.
Alan AustinAug 21, 20179 Comments
The government is claiming unemployment is down and jobs are up. But their numbers were fudged by a little bit of economic trickery, with the ABC apparently willing to parrot these misleading figures.
Bernard KeaneAug 18, 201711 Comments
How should Australia respond if protectionism ramps up across the world? And what can governments do to convince voters of the benefits of free trade? The Productivity Commission has some interesting answers.
Guy RundleAug 18, 20174 Comments
Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest has successfully fought off a mining lease from a rival miner on his land. However, in doing so he may have set a precedent that can work against him.
Aug 18, 20175 Comments
If the government could concentrate for a moment, it could explain to the electorate how well employment has been going recently -- and how widespread the benefits are, Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer write.
Adam SchwabAug 18, 20174 Comments
Domino's pizza has transformed from a corporate darling into somewhat of a disappointment. What led to the fast food turnaround?
Bob GosfordAug 18, 2017
When TFS, now Quintis, received major project status from the Country Liberal Party many were sceptical. But now the new Gunner government has decided to continue backing the company, we have to ask whether any of this stands up to scrutiny.
Glenn DyerAug 17, 2017
Seven CEO Tim Worner says sports broadcasting is at a "tipping point" in Australia, but new online invaders Amazon and Netflix are just following Murdoch's lead.