Topic archives: Apple

Rundle: Vic Labor’s Apple store shows it’s getting desperate for an ‘innovation’ win

February 26, 2018 10

The strange decision to whack an Apple store in the middle of Federation Square is just one of Minister of Innovation Phillip Dalidakis' many missteps in an industry he doesn't understand.

AFR lies by omission on company tax cuts

January 22, 2018 5

More evidence is emerging that the Trump tax cut will be used for share buybacks not new investment. But you won't read that at the Fin.

Rundle: Fed Square Apple store will destroy that public space and our sense of community with it

January 18, 2018 19

For Victorian Labor, the spruiking for Apple is naked desperation in the absence of any real solutions to a thinning and precarious economic base.

Razer: Apple supplanting the Koorie trust in Fed Square is a very 2017 thing to happen

December 21, 2017 43

A building currently being used by the Koorie Heritage Trust is being demolished to make way for a huge Apple store. Well merry bloody Christmas.

Australian tech darling Atlassian boasts of paying tax, pays zero tax

December 9, 2016 6

Atlassian is so innovative it did not pay corporate tax in Australia in 2014-15.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

October 25, 2016 2

Celebrating the Solicitor-General ... where have all the iPhones gone? ... AFR v Thomas Piketty ...

Do you Yahoo? Delete your account

October 5, 2016 2

Got a Yahoo email account? Delete it - the NSA has been rifling through it, with the help of Yahoo itself, an explosive report has revealed.

The iPhone 7 is terrible! The iPhone 7 is wonderful! Media fall over themselves with Apple hot takes

The iPhone 7 is terrible! The iPhone 7 is wonderful! Media fall over themselves with Apple hot takes

September 9, 2016

So many hot takes on the new Apple iPhone, so little time.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

September 8, 2016

Gaytime's sweet deception ... Joe Bullock's new gig ... return of The Age's sandwich press ...

Taxing times as US hypocrisy meets envy and exceptionalism

September 2, 2016 6

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.