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Business Council of Australia chief executive Jennifer Westacott (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

The dirty secret of business investment: oligopolies are killing it

Increasing business investment is crucial to the post-crisis recovery. But what if our economy was increasingly resistant to investment because of a lack of competition?

Even if you don't click on a hyperlink, the neurons in your brain light up and think about whether or not you <em>should</em> click on it, writes <b>W H Chong</b>.

Is the internet destroying your concentration?

Even if you don't click on a hyperlink, the neurons in your brain light up and think about whether or not you should click on it, writes W H Chong.

Multiple screens open, numerous media devices, tweeting while watching TV and searching online: the electronic flood of information is drowning us and destroying our ability to concentrate.

The internet is making us stupid

Multiple screens open, numerous media devices, tweeting while watching TV and searching online: the electronic flood of information is drowning us and destroying our ability to concentrate.

<i>The Australian</i> reports today that the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has begun its inquiry into Fairfax’s acquisition of Southern Cross Broadcasting’s TV and radio assets.

Laws against concentrated media ownership hurt, rather than help

The Australian reports today that the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has begun its inquiry into Fairfax’s acquisition of Southern Cross Broadcasting’s TV and radio assets.

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