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The Schwab Test: Sweden’s gift… rich v poor… time to bend many a knee

Sweden's mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic has proved that what's best for public health really is what's best for the economy.

Feminism is a brand that’s been thoroughly trashed. If it was a commercial product it'd be a good time to buy in, because when stocks are low they only have one way to go, writes <b>Karen Pickering</b>.

The feminism brand is designed to do itself out of business

Feminism is a brand that’s been thoroughly trashed. If it was a commercial product it'd be a good time to buy in, because when stocks are low they only have one way to go, writes Karen Pickering.

The giant global garment industry heaved a sigh of relief overnight, as the cotton price eased back slightly from the all-time peak of $1.90 a pound it reached last Friday, writes <i>Business Spectator</i>'s <b>Karen Maley</b>.

What’s keeping our cotton undies up?

The giant global garment industry heaved a sigh of relief overnight, as the cotton price eased back slightly from the all-time peak of $1.90 a pound it reached last Friday, writes Business Spectator's Karen Maley.

Australia may be benefiting mightily from surging commodity prices, but we, along with other developed countries, are about to be hit with higher prices for many of our imported consumer goods, writes <b>Karen Maley</b>.

Maley: Nike’s run-away China costs

Australia may be benefiting mightily from surging commodity prices, but we, along with other developed countries, are about to be hit with higher prices for many of our imported consumer goods, writes Karen Maley.

Feeling the FIFA fever

The world’s biggest sport event, the FIFA World Cup, is just weeks away and here’s a little reminder for those who’ve forgotten how important football is to the rest of the world. Yes, it is a Nike ad, but it’s a beauty. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idLG6jh23yE[/youtube]

It would seem that corporations are more difficult to hate these days, since Nike cleaned up its sweat shops and Wal-Mart turned green. But that doesn't stop <em>Gawker</em> on spouting their hate for that ugly, bland, concrete box: Wal-Mart.

Hating corporations: it’s all about the aesthetics

It would seem that corporations are more difficult to hate these days, since Nike cleaned up its sweat shops and Wal-Mart turned green. But that doesn't stop Gawker on spouting their hate for that ugly, bland, concrete box: Wal-Mart.

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