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?
Crikey November 8, 2017 2 Comments
What are global media watchers saying about the changing forecasts for Rupert Murdoch's media empire?
Bernard Keane November 8, 2017 6 Comments
Household consumption is now the issue worrying the Reserve Bank as it strains to see more growth and inflation on the horizon, writes Glenn Dyer.
Glenn Dyer November 8, 2017 2 Comments
Some of our staunchest opponents of worker's rights enjoyed took a much needed day off to drink and bemoan penalty rates at the races.
Glenn Dyer November 7, 2017 6 Comments
Sluggish inflation and worryingly weak retail sales have undermined any case for an interest rate rise -- possibly for all of 2018.
Bernard Keane November 6, 2017 17 Comments
Malcolm Turnbull is almost alone among Trans-Pacific Partnership leaders eager to allow multinationals to sue governments.
Alan Austin November 6, 2017 17 Comments
The Australian Retailers Association responded with undisguised alarm to the latest figures.
Bernard Keane November 3, 2017 7 Comments
Business claims that wages growth will only happen when there's productivity growth. Except ... productivity is still growing, and stronger than under WorkChoices.
Glenn Dyer November 3, 2017
With Fairfax shareholders yesterday approving the spin-off of the Domain property website business at a meeting held before the annual meeting, the question is: what will support Fairfax Media shares around their current level?
Charlie Lewis November 3, 2017 8 Comments
The Australian Council of Trade Unions' call for a living wage in Australia goes against what they've asked for for the last 20 years, according to one of Australia's pre-eminent workplace academics.