The odds of winning are no better than even, and the costs of losing are enormous. We ought to limit forex to traders who can demonstrate their expertise.
As cashless societies become a reality, we're starting to see this technological revolution has a dark side.
Australian evidence backs up the governments contention that immigration boosts rather than cuts living standards.
Superannuation fund supremo Greg Combet has a radical idea: to promote the business concept of 'long-term value'.
Prices have been falling since September 2017. It means the budget will no longer repair itself.
What if we were part-paid in something that was like shares in the firm we worked for, except better. It might give us better pay rises.
When it comes to giant pandas, politics, economics and international diplomacy often eclipse conservation considerations.
Employment Minister Mathias Cormann has let the cat out of the bag. The government has been trying to supress wages.
Josh Frydenberg wants to leave mortgage broker commissions unchanged for three years. It's hard to see why.
Rather than focusing on specific cultural practices, we need to concentrate on all forms of economic abuse as coercive control.
There's a move to have economists acredited, like dentists. But it doesn't have much support yet.
It's not at all certain what'll happen, so business is taking no chances.
India requires large enterprises to spend 2% of their profits on corporate social responsibility projects. It's a bold idea, but looks doomed to fail.
Around Australia, and the world, national parks are under threat from the curious paradox of luxury ecotourism.
When vested interests are attacked they create myths and battle plans. It's the surest sign you are on the right track.
Progress on gender equity is harder to achieve, in part because of a belief on the part of some men that women have come too far too soon.
Fewer girls study economics today than 25 years ago, perhaps because they have become aware of the barriers to progress.
The hard nuts to crack are getting women into chief executive positions and getting them paid as much.
Last year, more than 70,000 workers walked off their jobs in New Zealand – the highest number of people on strike since the late 1980s. The reasons for the strike wave are political and economic.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's has revived one of sport's most revered brands. Here are some reasons for his leadership success.
The treasurer says 2018 was a year of two halves, but there were signs of a downturn well before mid year.
Gender lens analysis identifies risks and opportunities early. It is catching on.
While a lot of our focus is placed on getting women back to work, new research shows perhaps the answer to boosting our workforce is a little closer to home.
Budgets will increasingly acknowledge that welfare is about us, rather than us versus them.
There's a problem in thinking more women on boards is a great indicator of significant progress on diversity.