Business & Law

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Your super is likely exposed to major nature-based risks. How big a risk? We don’t know - because to date, banks and super funds haven’t looked into it. But that’s likely to change.

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Over 85,000 workers in tech have been laid off so far in 2023. So, what does this mean for the industry – and the wider economy?

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Activist short selling is certainly controversial. But it’s not necessarily illegal nor unethical.

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Want to give your career a boost? According to new research, the way to do it depends on your age and how many years experience you have under your belt.

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We saw enormous amounts of data leaked in 2022. UNSW Business School's Dr Eric Lim asks if blockchain offers a way to stop it happening again.

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UNSW Scientia Professor Jane McAdam was given the Law Award at the 2022 Human Rights Awards.

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The licence didn’t extend to trading in cryptocurrenices, and had been granted to a firm FTX took over, rather than FTX itself.

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Burnout and overwork can sometimes feel synonymous with the leadup to Christmas and other festive holidays. But what can you (and your boss) do to reduce this?

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The Albanese government wants to change the way referendums work ahead of the Voice to Parliament vote. There are still flaws, but it is a step in the right direction.

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Researchers have mapped the hotels known to be used for immigration detention across Australia, creating the first coast-to-coast visualisation of a practice that has operated largely in the shadows for two decades.

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