Bernard KeaneAug 22, 201716 Comments
Doomsday predictions about the imminent bursting of the property bubble have become a media cliché despite the evidence.
Glenn DyerAug 15, 20171 Comment
News Corp have changed their policy and released figures on the size of their newspaper revenues. What does this allow us to see about News Corp's business, and what does it portend for the future?
Aug 14, 2017
The control of Australia's insurance market wielded by Warren Buffett's General Re makes his continuing health a subject of real import for the Australian financial system, write Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane.
Aug 14, 20172 Comments
With the release of News Corp's financial figures it is becoming clear that in print news is on the decline. How long can it last subsidised by the digital real estate arm of the corporation?
Alan AustinAug 11, 20173 Comments
New figures from the ABS confirm a worrying trend of decreased housing construction, further entrenching Australia's own private recession.
Aug 9, 20176 Comments
The Business Council is happy to rail at unions and demand transparency and leadership -- until it applies to their own members, write Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer.
Aug 8, 201710 Comments
Electricity prices are a hot topic at present. Amidst the welter of claim and counter-claim as to what is the cause of higher electricity prices, there has been remarkably little use of the available evidence, writes former head of Prime Minister and Cabinet Michael Keating.
Aug 4, 201727 Comments
The allegations of thousands of breaches of anti-money laundering laws, at a time when, worldwide, governments were cracking down on banks, reveals staggering incompetence at the Commonwealth Bank, writes Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane.
Bernard KeaneAug 2, 20178 Comments
One of Australia's most important industries is a quiet blood bank for other, lazier industries propped up by politicians.
Bernard KeaneJul 14, 20179 Comments
The Liberals are up in arms over fees for industry super directors. But if they want to see real siphoning off of super funds, they should have a look at the retail super sector.