A still from a NSW election ad, run on television and online, which says “selling the electricity network is wrong; selling it to another country is just not on”.
Labor and the unions have decided to play the China card in the NSW election. Such scare campaigns ignore the facts, including that Australia has invested almost as much in China as China has here.
Employer groups are hoping a new deal on penalty rates will set a precedent, but the voices of young workers are missing from the debate.
Uncertainty about economic growth is driving record low long-term government bond yields, but there's more to the story.
Until government leaders acknowledge Australia's structural deficit and stop obsessing about debt, voters will be left frustrated.
The performance appraisal is often perceived cynically by staff and executed poorly by managers. It's time to re-appraise.
if anything, media concentration is worsening and diversity won't be improved by changing Australia's media ownership laws.
Electricity privatisations have been like golden geese, providing A$37 billion to Australian state governments since 1992. But the price for NSW's privatisation risks being undercut by two key events.
One of the world's great economic success stories, Singapore owes much of its prosperity to Lee Kuan Yew, the country's founding father.
The US Export Import Bank is facing closure unless it gains last minute Congressional support. How will it impact on Australian companies?
Companies that embrace tax disclosures and remind the public they are contributing to the economy could actually benefit from greater transparency.
There are many ways data can leak from organisations, and as long as companies leave it up to IT to solve, leaks will continue.
New research has found even one or two toxic behaviours by a manager can significantly harm the mental health of employees.
Malcolm Fraser's economic style was pragmatic, but he resisted the 'dries' in his party.
Convincing people to love ugly food makes sense for farmers and retailers, but will shoppers buy it?
Discussions of tax usually focus on tax rates, not on tax bases. But both offer possibilities to increase the total tax take.
Vanuatu's tourism industry has taken a beating from Cyclone Pam, but prospective visitors shouldn't think that will be the case long-term.
We found that without state-owned electricity revenues, the NSW Coalition government would have struggled to avoid recording deficits in every budget since its election in 2011.
If all researchers were required to serve time on an ethics committee, not only would the system look entirely different, human research subjects might get greater protection.