Leadership

Time for a sensible conversation about power costs

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As long as debates about energy remain so partisan, we risk reliving the policy horrors of recent years.

ACSI seeks more women on boards

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Kerry Stokes' Seven Group and a swag of resource companies put on notice.

Yes minister, prices are growing strongly

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Senior Treasury officials spent Friday dodging the big question on housing prices.

IMF boss Lagarde mulls second term

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Christine Lagarde to consider second term as head of International Monetary Fund.

Australia needs to wake up and smell the disruption

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The flat-footed response of Australian business and policy-makers to the challenges of technological disruption doesn't bode well for the country's ability to adapt to the new normal.

Why Australia may need a recession

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It's time we endured a little short-term pain to ensure long-term economic gains.

'Helicopter parents' may curb their children's job prospects

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Being mollycoddled as a child could have long-lasting consequences for prospective corporate leaders.

Blatter steps down as FIFA head

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Scandal engulfing soccer governing body claims biggest victim as chief opts to step down.

Why a start-up might be your worst idea, and your best

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Entrepreneurs should prepare for the hard slog, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Iron ore drop cuts Rinehart fortune

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Mining magnate tops BRW Rich List for fifth year but wealth falls $6bn on price slump.

Rio exec named for OECD anti-bribery advisory group

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Former Rio executive Neville Tiffen named to all-star panel to fight bribery.

Petrobras nominates Vale CEO as its next chairman

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State-run oil firm looks for stability as corruption scandal continues to unfold.

One in 4 ASX300 boards have no women

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Federal government-owned corporations backtrack on female representation, study shows.

No pressure Joe, but you are back in the spotlight

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The Intergenerational Report is set to frame the story for the Treasurer's second budget, and he can't afford a misstep.

Public policy reforms will control our destiny

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Forget mainstream monetary and fiscal policies. What we need are productivity-enhancing policies.

It’s not easy being Warren

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Warren Buffett’s annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders is full of useful advice for every chairman, CEO and fund manager out there -- if only they'd listen.

Profits up, animal spirits down

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Business leaders are complaining about political instability undermining confidence, but the real problem is the cost of doing business in Australia.

Energy investors are spooked by political uncertainty

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Investing in energy has always been a tricky business, but the added uncertainty created by political upheaval further damages investor confidence.

BHP's IR lessons for Australian companies

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While Tony Abbott will struggle to reform industrial relations, BHP is showing that companies can make the existing system work to their advantage.

Tackling intergenerational theft? Abbott doesn't have a clue

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Tony Abbott talking about putting a stop to intergenerational theft rings pretty hollow, considering this is the government that has axed the carbon tax, tried to increase university fees and hopes to cut youth welfare.

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