Bernard Keane November 23, 2017 4 Comments
The arrival of Amazon is only the latest threat to retailing, which has been enduring structural change in the economy now for years.
Bernard Keane November 17, 2017 6 Comments
The mining industry says industrial relations reform is urgently needed to rein in mining unions. Wages growth data begs to differ.
Glenn Dyer November 14, 2017 3 Comments
Are shareholders and ticket clippers a weight on effective investment in the economy? The Reserve Bank seems to think so.
Glenn Dyer November 10, 2017 3 Comments
A surge in demand for LNG in China is dragging gas prices upward, which spells trouble for the government's effort to keep a lid on domestic prices.
Stephen Mayne November 8, 2017 4 Comments
What does the shock sale, which comes in the wake of Prince Alwaleed bin Talal's arrest, signal for the Murdoch empire's fortunes?
Bernard Keane November 1, 2017 3 Comments
The ACCC's new media merger guidelines address diversity but not in a way that provides any certainty for investors or consumers.
Bernard Keane October 24, 2017 25 Comments
Malcolm Turnbull says we shouldn't have started from where we did on the NBN -- problem is, we didn't have much choice, thanks to market economics.
Bernard Keane October 18, 2017 51 Comments
There are a few tricks to Malcolm Turnbull's new energy policy. Here's how he did it.
Bernard Keane October 16, 2017 28 Comments
The problems of our failed electricity market are the same problems that crop up time and again when market economics is applied to crucial services.
Bernard Keane October 10, 2017 25 Comments
The government is banking on using energy policy to differentiate itself from Labor -- but Tony Abbott continues to complicate the issue.