The world is getting smaller. We need to embrace it, but the question is, do we need to protect ourselves from it too?
There’s a tendency to think of the public sector as bloated, bureaucratic and ever-expanding. The truth is, it seems, very different.
In this week’s Twisted Wire, we delve more into the deal between the National Broadband Network Company (NBN Co) and Telstra. It’s been welcomed by everyone, it seems, except Telstra shareholders.
It seems the more technology lurches forward, the more we need to be concerned about security.
We still buy the vast majority of our goods through retail stores. So, important though it is to have an effective online strategy, what you do in-store is key.
Businesses cannot continue to focus on the profit motive alone. These days that sort of dogged determinism will come back to bite them.
Richard Wilkinson says a wide income gap is bad news for society — it increases crime, health and education, which affects everyone, even the rich.
You can do all you want with communications technology, but the telemedicine benefits won’t be realised without a fundamental rethink about how we structure our healthcare industry.
Morris Miselowski reckons, by 2020, a far stronger chance you will be working for yourself, consulting to other businesses, as organisations shift to a task-focus.
Richard Denniss believes we do need to put a price on carbon, but he doubts a simple emissions trading scheme is the way to go about it.
Was the Euro stimulus package a big step towards a United States of Europe. I ask @ProfSteveKeen. https://t.co/l9993m3RXk
Yields are moving higher for bonds in the US and Europe. NAB’s Gavin Friend looks at why bonds are being sold off and whether it will last. Is it a sign of optimism that economic conditions will improve? https://t.co/v7IuiHvP9d