The latest scare campaign against industry super funds is the fantasy that trade unions will start calling the shots for big business.
New data on superannuation fund assets shows just how spectacular a failure the government's superannuation agenda has been.
The biggest rip-off in financial services is the huge fees charged by retail superannuation funds, which flow to the big banks and AMP for delivering poorer performance.
The Liberals are up in arms over fees for industry super directors. But if they want to see real siphoning off of super funds, they should have a look at the retail super sector.
The politics of successful privatisation are tricky -- but NSW's Mike Baird managed a clever trick for quieting opposition.
New data on the performance of our superannuation funds yet again demonstrates how blinkered the Liberal Party is about industry super.
Ending compulsory super would hit one sector of the super industry hard -- and it happens to be the one the government most despises.
While the financial industry's reputation goes up in smoke, the government is busy pursuing an ideological agenda against industry super funds, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.