If there’s a change in government at the next election we know the National Broadband Network will be ditched. So is there another way of achieving the objective of providing ubiquitous high speed broadband across the country?
Could short-term thinking be wrecking our future? Miriam Lyons gives her thoughts, fresh back fro the 2020 Summit,
Joshua Gans says part of Kevin Rudd’s problem was that he didn’t listen to academics and suggests that a little more private debate before launching policies might have avoided the unfavourable responses to some well meaning endeavours.
Confused by the detail of the Heads of Agreement between Telstra and NBN Co? In this week’s Twisted Wire we explain what has been agreed, what impact it will have and what we need to watch out for as the agreement progresses to its final stage.
The Times says the government is struggling with what to do with a windfall tax if they had one. One option they reckon is to reduce the cost of energy. Which of course helps everyone, but richer higher energy users would be the biggest beneficiary ...
No bounce in equity indices today, says NAB’s Taylor Nugent. It’s all down to growing concerns about a US economic slowdown. Like Cisco’s profit downgrade, for example. Plus the lowdown on yesterday’s Aussie employment numbers. https://t.co/aGBhCkChFv