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Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Helen Bird, Swinburne University of Technology A report on the Commonwealth Bank’s governance, culture and accountability has stripped away the bank’s delusion that it is well run and a model of good governance. The report by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority...
Sherene Smith, RMIT University Social connections drive board appointments and more than two-thirds of directors in the 200 largest public companies are on the board of multiple companies. So whoever replaces ex-AMP chairwoman Catherine Brenner will likely be drawn from...
Health Insurance - Rivers of Gold The Private Health Insurance Ombudsman revealed complaints about the industry had increased by 30 per cent in the last financial year, the worst rise in a decade. Private health insurance premium increases explained in 14 charts Australians are...
Every year at the end of March and early in April, the 11 million Australians who have private health insurance receive notification that premiums are increasing. Do you really need private health insurance? Here's what you need to know before...
I fume every time I see some ignorant selfish di*khead driver act as though 'god created disability parking spaces' for their myopic self centered use when they park in a disabled space. Only tumbled (believe it or not today) to...
How to See, And Block, All The Apps Tracking You on Facebook Don't want developers to have your data? Here's how to get it removed (and make sure it's gone) today. Revoking an app's permission to your data is a simple...
The subversive and secretive street artist turned the art world upside-down Arguably the most controversial street artist in the world, Banksy has developed an entire art subculture devoted to his works. Banksy’s art can impact any location at any given...
Under dividend imputation rules, Australians are given franking credits on the dividends they receive for the shares they own in order to avoid company profits being taxed twice. Because the company has already paid tax on its earnings,...
ExxonMobile reported revenues of $9.6bn in 2013-14, $8.5bn in 2014-15 and $6.7bn in 2015-16. ExxonMobil told a Senate inquiry on Wednesday 14th Mardch 2018 that it did not expect to pay any Australian corporate tax until 2021, meaning it would not have paid...
'Staggering': $90 billion lost in resources tax By Eryk Bagshaw 12 March 2018 — 3:47pm An Oxford University expert says Australia would be $90 billion better off if it adopted European-style resource tax policies and argues the Turnbull government has given up on...