PwC and others like it enable companies around the world to avoid paying hundreds of billions of tax dollars, making the poor poorer and the rich richer.
While the Liberal Party continues to attack the industry super sector, the profound flaws on the retail super model are about to be played out in court.
A landmark ruling has brought into sharp relief the potential responsibilities of Australian employers to workers experiencing violence.
Rio Tinto could do worse than relocating its global headquarters to Australia if it wants to repair its rocky image.
Hiring former defence minister Christopher Pyne doesn't seem to have helped big four consulting firm EY lift its game in securing defence contracts.
The Liberal Party continues its hatchet job on funds run by employer groups and unions but strangely overlooks the appalling abuses of retail super funds.
The AGM mini-season finished last week, and despite less scrutiny than usual, it was a giant step forward for hybrid physical-online meetings.
The government hoped early access to superannuation would embarrass industry super funds. Instead, they've been among the best performers, while some retail super funds have been the worst at giving people their money.
Some say working from home is the ultimate expression of capitalism, as employers colonise our domestic space. But working from home also has the potential to send a deep shudder through capitalism.