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Comedic duo the Bondi Hipsters

Yes, your media is brought to you by hipsters

One in four workers in Australia's creative industries live in Sydney's inner-west or eastern suburbs.

Erica in a snit ... we pity the fool ... chocolatey disclosure ...

Tips and rumours

Erica in a snit ... we pity the fool ... chocolatey disclosure ...

The gay marriage plebiscite is a bad idea, but PwC’s report is still bad economics

Applying conventional economic theory to voting is extremely suspect.

Abetz says $525m plebiscite cost does not include sad conservatives’ lost productivity

Eric Abetz says gay marriage opponents might be too sad to work if everyone in Australia had equal rights.

US authorities have formally accused the major accounting firms' China branches over their auditing practices. Beijing-based freelancer <b>Kway Teow</b> delves into the murky world of Chinese auditing.

US authorities playing hardball with auditors in China

US authorities have formally accused the major accounting firms' China branches over their auditing practices. Beijing-based freelancer Kway Teow delves into the murky world of Chinese auditing.

Until former auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers finally withdrew its threat of litigation on Friday against the scheme of arrangement that stapled all the old Centro entities together to form the new aggregated structure, the fate of Centro Retail remained unsure.

Bartholomeusz: guiding Centro to a possible success

Until former auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers finally withdrew its threat of litigation on Friday against the scheme of arrangement that stapled all the old Centro entities together to form the new aggregated structure, the fate of Centro Retail remained unsure.

The focus on the woes of the retail sector misses the fact that it's going to get a lot worse for Australians retailers.

The threat of the internet to retail

The focus on the woes of the retail sector misses the fact that it's going to get a lot worse for Australians retailers.

The <a href="http://www.crikey.com.au/2009/10/21/centro-charges-put-heat-on-directors-club/">charges against</a> Centro's executives will have significant repercussions for future class actions. Expect an ASIC announcement exempting class actions having to register as managed investment schemes, writes <b>Alan Kohler</b>.

Kohler: The last GFC shoe to drop?

The charges against Centro's executives will have significant repercussions for future class actions. Expect an ASIC announcement exempting class actions having to register as managed investment schemes, writes Alan Kohler.

The magazine industry will recover "modestly" by 2013, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers forecast, though things will probably get worse before they get better.

Mag industry to make “modest” recovery

The magazine industry will recover "modestly" by 2013, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers forecast, though things will probably get worse before they get better.

The implications of the Satyam accounting fraud scandal have not been fully appreciated, writes <b>Michael Feller</b>.

The murky “truth” behind Satyam

The implications of the Satyam accounting fraud scandal have not been fully appreciated, writes Michael Feller.

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