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Financial stress is more likely to cause Australians to drop out of home ownership. Why?
The reduction of brands at major department stores could actually be a good thing for customers.
Some theorists suggest that such platforms are making our world more efficient by natural selection. The reality is a little more complicated.
Telcos are positioning themselves to be at the top rather than the bottom of the content food chain.
There is an air of mysticism attached to high-growth companies: but in the main, they followed five golden rules.
Why is there a tax policy named after the world's third richest man?
Gina Rinehart's purchase of the Fossil Downs cattle station comes as beef prices are headed for new highs.
"Too emotional". "Lack talent". "Can't manage a career and family". It sounds like a episode of Mad Men, but that's what regional women hear every day at work.
As China's markets stabilise the net result will probably be a transfer of wealth from ordinary Chinese to the wealthy.
Exporters like Australia's trade agreements, but the public will take more convincing on the benefits.
Chocolate-makers have been trying to find a way to keep chocolate from melting at higher temperatures for years.
Fear of a Foxtel-Ten partnership to acquire sporting rights is likely to worry the ACCC.
"Nudge" economics have been embraced by policy makers. But how does it fare against more traditional ways of altering behaviour?
Shadow banking has helped fuel continued Chinese economic growth. But it could come back to bite if not brought into line.
While loyal customers will be upset by the closure of ABC shops, it makes more commercial sense to go online. But where will this digital strategy lead the ABC?
When it comes to Europe, Germany can't win either way.
Unions have warned that there is no clear statement in the China-Australia free trade deal that says foreign and Australian workers have to receive the same conditions and pay. Is that correct?
High price reflects the fact that the Pink 'Un is adapting to the digital world better than most other newspapers.
Australia has the frustrating distinction of repeatedly producing world-beating ideas - only to lose them overseas. Why can't we hold onto what we invent?
Netflix is winning over Australian audiences en masse, but it's too early to tell who will win the race for TV viewers.
The Shadow Assistant Treasurer, Andrew Leigh, has said the the Government's latest tax discussion paper says the GST is as inefficient as income tax, adding he thinks it's less equitable. Is that right?
The 2015 Intergenerational Report is being used as a basis for important decisions about future policies. But it makes some misleading claims.
Much of the work we do cannot be properly measured, and yet we often get judged unfairly for it.
The investor fear gauge is close to its lows, but calm investors seem to be missing the looming storm.