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Turnbull can use lessons from the royal commission to fix live exports

Turnbull can use lessons from the royal commission to fix live exports

If the government is smart, it won't make the same mistake it made about a banking royal commission on live exports.

AMP attempts damage control in wake of royal commission debacle

AMP attempts damage control in wake of royal commission debacle

AMP has dumped its CEO and stood aside its senior lawyer to try to control the damage from the banking royal commission, but it won't be enough. And why is the Business Council so quiet?

Morrison too little, too late effort on the royal commission won't convince

Morrison too little, too late effort on the royal commission won't convince

The government's get-tough act on the banks is a hasty and inadequate catch-up and fails to address competition issues.

'I charge dead people' and other horror scenarios for the government

'I charge dead people' and other horror scenarios for the government

Embarrassment isn't the only problem from the banking royal commission for the government. It will cruel its narrative in other areas too.

AMP treated the corporate regulator with contempt — understandably

AMP treated the corporate regulator with contempt — understandably

The banking royal commission has shown how utterly contemptuous of the ASIC Australia's biggest firms can be.

Shocked government's desperate measures to save live exports

Shocked government's desperate measures to save live exports

A terrified government is rushing to do whatever it can to save the live export industry -- including attacking its own bureaucrats and embracing the opposition.

Should Australia fear another tech wreck?

Should Australia fear another tech wreck?

Turnbull and co may bemoan the small size of our tech sector, but with certain international stocks so overvalued, Australia may well luck out in the looming bust.

Live export cruelty a years-long horror story ignored by regulators

Live export cruelty a years-long horror story ignored by regulators

The company responsible for recent horrific footage of dying live export animals has been repeatedly found in breach of the what passes for industry regulation, and nothing has ever been done about it.

ASIC boss puts the corporate back into corporate regulation

ASIC boss puts the corporate back into corporate regulation

The chairman of the corporate regulator says it "stands ready" to do its job but would prefer banks to self-regulate. We've been there, done that, and it failed horribly.

Abbott and his Monash morons should quit the Libs

Abbott and his Monash morons should quit the Libs

Tony Abbott isn't merely destabilising Malcolm Turnbull, he's trashing his party's values. And his history shows he simply doesn't believe in the most basic ideas of the Liberal Party.