Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - July, 2017
University assault report released
The Human Rights Commission his released a report that gives a disturbing snapshot of sexual assault and harassment at Australian universities.
Adani ads forget coal
Adani has launched a massive Australian ad campaign that does not mention coal.
Morrow blames ISPs for low CVC
The NBN boss says ISPs are signing on as many customers as possible, with little regard for service quality.
Bezos bounces higher than Gates
The shifting stock market briefly made Amazon chief Jeff Bezos the world's richest man this week.
Macquarie could move over levy
Macquarie Group has hinted that it may move offshore to avoid the Federal Government's banking levy.
Sharp skills shift predicted
Experts are exploring the ways in which automation, globalisation and flexibility are changing the way we work, and the implications for young Australians.
UK launches Rio probe
The UK’s Serious Fraud Office has launched an investigation into suspected corruption by Rio Tinto in Guinea.
Big firms fail to make NBN guarantees
The big telcos will not guarantee that customers’ speeds on the National Broadband Network.
Hospital helps coal claim
Queensland’s Mater hospital has put its name to an advertising campaign for the New Acland stage 3 mine.
Legal threats in BCC dispute
A local tech firm has threatened sue Brisbane City Council over a contract dispute.
Local LNG heating up
Analysts expect Australia’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to erupt next year.
MacGibbon to lead new cyber force
The Prime Minister’s cyber security adviser has been picked to lead a new Cyber Security Centre.
Gender imbalance in super studied
A new study has found Australian women retire with less than half the amount of superannuation than men.
Huge funds flushed through trusts
The Australia Institute says too many people are using trust funds to minimise their taxable income.
Job figures show full-time shake
New employment figures show a ninth straight month of job gains in Australia, with 14,000 new jobs added in June.
Tudge says money can't feed all
Human Services Minister Alan Tudge says more welfare and government services will not alleviate poverty.
CDP scheme hitting hard
An analysis has found that people in the CDP work-for-the-dole scheme are being financially penalised at a concerning rate.