Business & Law

Woman using phone wearing face mask in public

There is a discrepancy between people's intentions to protect their privacy and how they behave when it comes to contact tracing apps, a new study says.

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More than two-thirds of requests to go to the UK were approved, compared to just 46% for trips to India and 59% to China.

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The nice way to describe a new study suggesting lockdowns haven't saved lives is that it’s 'brave'.

Writing on window says pay your tax here

For employees working from home, part-time workers and small businesses juggling JobKeeper, there are things to watch out for this year when filing tax returns. 

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Australia appears to have cracked the case on teen driver safety by restricting late-night passengers.

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To drive living standards upward we need new technologies to relentlessly improve productivity.

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The five bills would apply to Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google. If some (or all) of them become law, we can expect some major changes in how they do business.

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In a survey of over 200 judges in NSW, a quarter said they received threats on their lives and nearly a third reported experiencing trauma from the daily exposure to violent crimes.

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Australia's Prime Minister wants reform of the World Trade Organisation to rein in China's "economic coercion". But it also needs to constructively engage with China on that reform.

scott morrison

The RBA shouldn't be spooked into raising interest rates, but the prospect of inflation in the next few years is an important consideration for central banks around the world.

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