Bernard KeaneSep 28, 20162 Comments
While the Business Council has discovered yet another magical property of company tax cuts, its members are stiffing small business on invoice payments. And the BCA could fix it straight away.
Bernard KeaneSep 26, 20163 Comments
Media ownership law reform can't only be about how to protect diversity -- it must focus on the long-term viability of public interest journalism.
Sep 22, 201610 Comments
It's forgotten now, but when Wayne Swan rejected a Singaporean bid for the ASX in 2011, he ended up saving investors a bundle, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Bernard KeaneSep 13, 20162 Comments
A new survey shows the extent of harassment and ill-treatment of women in the tech sector, which is struggling to retain female employees.
Sep 9, 20163 Comments
An effective response to economic populism isn't likely to include berating workers and complaining about the need to slash spending while proposing tax cuts, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Sep 2, 20166 Comments
The US government is angered by the European Union acting as a "supranational tax authority" -- presumably because the US thinks only it can act as global corporate policeman, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Bernard KeaneAug 24, 20169 Comments
New data on the performance of our superannuation funds yet again demonstrates how blinkered the Liberal Party is about industry super.
Bernard KeaneAug 22, 20164 Comments
Rather than accept that banning online gambling doesn't work and makes problem gambling worse, the government is determined to impose a nanny state solution.
Bernard KeaneAug 19, 20165 Comments
Our intelligence agencies are supposed to keep us safe -- so why do they deliberately keep IT security flaws secret from users?
Adam SchwabJul 29, 20168 Comments
Housing prices aren't just wildly overinflated, they are off-the-charts bananas.