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Domino's needs to face up to itself

11 February 2017 | The Age

Since 1987 when he started delivering pizzas, his success has been the stuff of dreams, from a pizza delivery driver in 1987 to the top executive at the biggest pizza chain in the country. Along the way he has made a lot of people – including himself – a lot of money.


Wage fraud: Pizza Hut hit with fines

08 February 2017 | The Age

Pizza HutIf there was any doubt that wage underpayment is thriving in the $170 billion franchise sector take a look at Pizza Hut, where delivery drivers have been forced into sham contracts and paid as little as $5.70 a delivery.


NAB and Bankwest forced to repay customers: ASIC

08 February 2017 | SMH

NAB Troubles

National Australia Bank's wealth arm has been forced to pay $36.5 million to its customers, after wrongly charging fees to superannuation fund members and wrongly denying insurance claims.


Millennials may need to double how much they save for retirement

27 January 2017 | Washington Post

Saving

The projections are in and Wall Street analysts have pretty low expectations for how the stock market will perform this year.


Allan Gray takes top spot in Aussie equity fund rankings

27 January 2017 | Financial Review

Allan Gray

Deep-value fund managers Allan Gray was the top performing Australian equity fund in 2016, according to financial research firm Mercer.


Chilling tale of Origin Energy whistleblower

27 January 2017 | The Age

Whistleblower

January 23 will be a day to remember for whistleblowers, regulators, politicians – and, of course, corporations.


Govt must resolve to conduct royal commission

18 January 2017 | Financial Observer

RC

Labor has renewed calls for the government to conduct a royal commission into Australia’s financial services sector.


The CEO of a $3.9 trillion fund giant has a message

18 January 2017 | Business Insider

Money has been pouring out of active management and into index funds.


Rethinking group insurance

05 January 2017 | Investment Magazine

CBA

On the first Saturday in March 2016 Jenny Oliver was at her local netball courts in Sydney, but she wasn’t watching when her daughter scored a goal. Oliver, who heads up the group insurance division of Australia’s largest life insurer TAL Life, had missed it because both eyes were glued to her smartphone watching the comments unfold on a story the Sydney Morning Herald was running about alleged improper claims handling practices at rival CommInsure. 


Why is it so hard to overcome bias in decision-making? Becasue you're human

04 January 2017 | World Economic Forum

humanThere are tons of cognitive biases that affect our daily decision-making.


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