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AI may not be bad news for workers

17 September 2018 | The Economist

A SPECTRE is haunting workers—the rise of artificial intelligence (AI). The fear is that smart computer programs will eliminate millions of jobs, condemning a generation to minimum-wage drudgery or enforced idleness. Never mind the robots, fear the software.


Alleged fake honey's impact on Australia's bees and crops

11 September 2018 | Adele Ferguson & Chris Gillett

Key horticulture figures have echoed concerns about the need for a vibrant Australian beekeeping industry that provide bees to pollinate crops, in the wake of tests from a German lab which found that some honey sold in Australia was deemed adulterated.


APRA a 'hear no evil, see no evil' regulator

20 August 2018 | Adele Ferguson

When Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe told parliament on Friday "sunlight is acting as a very good disinfectant here", it was a signal from one of the highest powers in the land that the royal commission is serving to strengthen the financial system not tear it down.


Ethics in banking? That's a negative

16 August 2018 | Ruth Williams

Counsel assisting the commission, Michael Hodge QC, centre.Financial institutions charging fees for no service. Banks charging dead people. AMP misleading the regulator. Super funds obscuring the truth from their members.


'Enormous challenge and change': Telstra posts 8.9% fall in profit

16 August 2018 | Jennifer Duke

Telstra chief Andy Penn has had a difficult year at the telecommunications company.Telstra chief executive Andy Penn has warned of "challenges" over the coming financial year, while posting a net profit decline of 8.9 per cent to $3.53 billion in fiscal 2018, as the rollout of the national broadband network (NBN) continues and mobile competition heats up.


Black Forest: pain for forgotten victims of a financial disaster

30 July 2018 | Adele Ferguson & Ruth Williams

For almost a decade Dave Gilham has dragged around 20 kilograms of documents in a battered suitcase. The forensically compiled folders hold evidence of inappropriate advice, doctored loan forms and more than one hundred items of correspondence pleading with a bank for mercy.


Will journalism be compromised?

27 July 2018 | Kelly Hughes

In a historic deal, Fairfax Media will merge with Nine Entertainment by the end of 2018 to create a media giant valued at $4.2 billion dollars.


Fairfax, Nine announce plan to merge in $4b deal

26 July 2018 | SMH

Fairfax Media and Nine Entertainment have announced plans to merge by the end of 2018 in a deal they say will create Australia's largest integrated media player with a combined value of $4 billion.


Why good people do bad things

23 July 2018 | Amanda Hooton

Since the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry began in February this year, Australians have learnt a great many things – almost all of them bad – about our banks and financial institutions.


The Fourth Estate reminds us why we need them

17 July 2018 | The Guardian

The scene is the New York Times newsroom. The paper’s executive editor, Dean Baquet, is watching the Trump inauguration on television. “Wow,” he murmurs. “What a story. What a fucking story. OK, let’s go.”

 


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