Company tax will put money in the pockets of big business and foreigners while ordinary Australians feel economic pain
Future prospects for the US economy and US dollar following Trump corporate tax cuts
There is a lot of attention to 'best practices' in business studies educational courses. Perhaps we need more attention to stupidity.
History of China's recent economic and societal turmoil, with a look forward to the benefits of Xi's anti-corruption campaign
In tackling Australia’s energy crisis, politicians and policy makers need to find the courage and conviction to confront key energy realities and develop real policy.
The steady decline of the U.S. dollar has helped drive up crude prices for weeks, but that came to an abrupt halt last week.
The strain on gathering lines, pipelines, processing facilities, plus a shortage of fracking crews, labor and/or equipment will become a point of focus.
Riyadh-based Al Rajhi Capital dug into the financials of a long list of U.S. shale companies, and found that 'despite rising prices most firms under our study are still in losses with no signs of improvement'.
There are voices being heard - including from the IMF itself - that the next recession is not far away.
Turnbull still spins the well-worn fallacy that cutting taxes for the big end of town will create more jobs.
Will humankind end by apathy and inertia? The warning signs of major problems are there - but many people are simply ignoring them.
Tesla products would run even better if Tesla hype could be converted into electricity.