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Sky News and its part in our new advertising dystopia

Sky News and its part in our new advertising dystopia

The kerfuffle over Sky News being banned in Victoria metro stations obscures why commuters are being subjected to "content" without any say in the matter.

ASIC's army of agents won't do a thing. Let the ACCC at the banks.

ASIC's army of agents won't do a thing. Let the ACCC at the banks.

ASIC's plan to send agents into banks to detect wrongdoing misses the point that ASIC rarely prosecutes anyone.

Don't break up the banks. Socialise them.

Don't break up the banks. Socialise them.

If a big four bank is "too big to fail", then it is not a private entity – like, say, a restaurant is – but a social entity that happens to be in private hands.

Commonwealth Bank outperforms market despite royal commission

Commonwealth Bank outperforms market despite royal commission

Reports on Commonwealth Bank annual profit ignore the fact the bank has outperformed most of the market in a year with plenty of bad PR.

Can the 5G roll-out keep Telstra's circling sharks at bay?

Can the 5G roll-out keep Telstra's circling sharks at bay?

November's 5G auction comes not a moment too soon for Telstra CEO Andy Penn's massive company shakeup.

If 'integrity officers' are good enough for banks they're good for enough for politics

If 'integrity officers' are good enough for banks they're good for enough for politics

Scott Morrison likes the idea of putting "integrity officers" into the big banks. He should start with politics first.

How drought relief ends up punishing one of our most productive industries

How drought relief ends up punishing one of our most productive industries

Drought relief isn't needed by most farmers, who are prepared for drought. In fact, it discourages them from making the right decisions to achieve resilience.

Why do celebrity chefs have so much trouble in Australia?

Why do celebrity chefs have so much trouble in Australia?

Adriano Zumbo isn't the first household name to face voluntary administration. Is there something unique about the Australian hospitality industry?

Huge boost to Tesla as Elon Musk learns to behave

Huge boost to Tesla as Elon Musk learns to behave

With on-and-off the field antics out of the way, Elon Musk can now focus on the wildly difficult task of scaling Tesla up.

Broadcast TV puts on a brave show as revenues fall, but the numbers don't add up

Broadcast TV puts on a brave show as revenues fall, but the numbers don't add up

Recently released broadcast TV revenue figures gloss over the industry's colossal slump.