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What do the IPA, Yanis Varoufakis and Katniss Everdeen have in common?

What do the IPA, Yanis Varoufakis and Katniss Everdeen have in common?

Helen RazerNov 29, 201626 Comments

They'd all much prefer to live in a world with a Universal Basic Income safety net.

Rio's African disaster means it's time to clean house

Rio's African disaster means it's time to clean house

Michael SainsburyNov 29, 2016

With two execs already sidelined and possibly more to come, Rio Tinto has to have a good hard look at how it got this far.

News, news everywhere, but not a word of it is real

News, news everywhere, but not a word of it is real

Myriam RobinNov 28, 201614 Comments

Publishing fake news has proven a lucrative business model -- with very real consequences.

ACCC pursues ANZ, Macquarie for cartel conduct

ACCC pursues ANZ, Macquarie for cartel conduct

Glenn Dyer and Bernard KeaneNov 28, 20164 Comments

While the government is fiddling about with a banking tribunal, more revelations of banking misconduct have emerged, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

GetUp: people power killed the TPP, not Trump

GetUp: people power killed the TPP, not Trump

Daney FaddoulNov 28, 20164 Comments

Communities around the world rallied to fight the Trans-Pacific Partnership long before Trump was President-elect, writes GetUp's lead campaigner on the TPP Daney Faddoul.

Getting a sugar rush from controlling the poor

Getting a sugar rush from controlling the poor

Bernard KeaneNov 25, 201631 Comments

For nanny statists, there'll always be another threat to exploit to impose controls on low-income people. The sugar tax is only the latest.

Mayne: Boral blows up $800m on US cash-splash, dilutes retail shareholders

Stephen MayneNov 25, 20162 Comments

Why are shareholders not getting a vote on Boral's new deal?

Coming soon: why you should have to pay to drive

Coming soon: why you should have to pay to drive

Bernard KeaneNov 24, 201620 Comments

The government has announced further steps in the development of its infrastructure plans -- including a brave inquiry into charging motorists for their road use.

RBA welcomes women to the top jobs

Glenn DyerNov 24, 2016

The move to promote Luci Ellis to the position of assistant governor (economic), has made her the first woman to become what is effectively the central bank’s chief economist.

How can we fix flat wages growth? We can't

How can we fix flat wages growth? We can't

Glenn Dyer and Bernard KeaneNov 24, 20165 Comments

What is the next source for strong wages growth? Despite the fantasies of the Coalition and business, there are none on the horizon, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

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