What does Gerard Whateley’s move to SEN mean for the future of sports radio?

What does Gerard Whateley’s move to SEN mean for the future of sports radio?

January 30, 2018 7

The veteran sports caller's defection from ABC came as a shock to many, but to those watching the changing tides of commercial radio, the move is a little more obvious than it might appear.

Moody’s the latest to expose tax cut deceit

Moody’s the latest to expose tax cut deceit

and January 29, 2018 7

Ratings giant Moody's says Trump's tax cuts will be blown on share buybacks, not investment. Just like CEOs are saying. When will the lies about corporate tax cuts end?

How far will consumer brand partisanship spread?

How far will consumer brand partisanship spread?

January 29, 2018 3

Partisanship among brands may be less acute in Australia than it is in the US, but it's not a trend we can ignore.

Canada’s $350 million media stimulus would set the tone for Australia

Canada’s $350 million media stimulus would set the tone for Australia

January 29, 2018 3

The package, which would bring Canada's media aid spending close to $1 billion, comes after repeated pressure from publishers. You can expect Australian companies to follow suit.

Investing like it’s 1999: when will the new tech bubble burst?

Investing like it’s 1999: when will the new tech bubble burst?

January 24, 2018 2

Like the dot-com bust of the late nineties, giddy investors are inflating Australian tech company valuations beyond what they can realistically live up to, but you won't see them complaining.

International viewers are fueling Netflix dominance

International viewers are fueling Netflix dominance

January 24, 2018

Netflix's quarterly earnings, released this week, show incredible growth in subscribers and profits, thanks in large part to the streaming service's international viewers.

AFR lies by omission on company tax cuts

AFR lies by omission on company tax cuts

January 22, 2018 5

More evidence is emerging that the Trump tax cut will be used for share buybacks not new investment. But you won't read that at the Fin.

If milk prices went up like private health insurance …

If milk prices went up like private health insurance …

January 19, 2018 42

Increases in private health insurance premiums are set to hurt household budgets by $750 a year -- and deepen the appalling intergenerational theft private health insurance represents.

Carillion and Co expose serious flaws in outsourcing

Carillion and Co expose serious flaws in outsourcing

and January 18, 2018 10

Does poor management of outsourcing by governments breed laziness and incompetence in major companies? The collapse of a major UK company poses serious questions for a key tenet of neoliberalism.

Another CEO ‘fesses up on tax cuts

Another CEO ‘fesses up on tax cuts

January 18, 2018 3

Another American CEO has admitted corporate tax cuts which be used to boost share prices, not increase investment. When will Australian CEOs be as honest?