Media buying is like running a fast food chain, says Harold Mitchell, the executive chairman of Australia’s biggest media-buying company, Aegis Media Pacific.
It can be safely said that Aboriginal people have never seen Noel Pearson as the great hope. The voices of dissent and sometimes outrage have not been heard over the clamour of the media and politicians to find the quick fix, the one sure cure for the Aboriginal problem, that Pearson has seemed to represent.
If the Grocon dispute isn't' settled the vicious circle of slowing business activity, slowing tax revenues, and rising unemployment will do its work, and we won't be back in the golden age of the late-noughties -- more the 'rust belt' blight that characterised the Victorian economy in the late 1980s.
Tony Abbott can’t turn a trick on IR — he’s in trouble no matter what he says, and plenty of it is friendly fire.
Five years ago, Ten -- thanks to its focus on the advertiser-friendly young demographic -- was the country's most profitable network. Now it's the least profitable. So who's killing Channel Ten?
Tony Abbott was ejected from Parliament yesterday by the Deputy Speaker of the House Anna Burke because he can't take orders from a powerful woman, according to some Labor members. But Abbott takes orders from one particularly powerful woman every day.
The past isn’t what it used to be. Once upon a time, digging up old stories about leaders -- business or political -- was a difficult, slow, painstaking job. But this digital world is different. If you think you have closed the lid on a long-distant problem and nailed it shut, think again.
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