Business & Law

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Federal Labor has failed to foil the competition killers, writes Frank Zumbo.

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Perhaps the real question that the Labor Party needs to ask itself is what conditions need to be in place for any leader to succeed, writes Chris Styles.

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Australia's mining boom and its impact on Aboriginal communities will be the focus of a free public forum tonight at UNSW.

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Dyson Heydon insisted that "compromise is alien to the process of doing justice according to law". However, it would be surprising if this judicial individualism catches on, writes Andrew Lynch.

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The NSW Parliament's recent criminal justice reforms diminish human rights, add to the complexity of criminal justice and increase the risk of wrongful conviction, argue Gary Edmond and David Hamer.

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UNSW Law professor Jane McAdam has been named among an elite international group of young leaders recognised for their potential to shape the world's future.

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The United States is laying the foundation for an Asia-Pacific century that looks quite different from what most Australians imagined in the carnage of the GFC, writes Geoffrey Garrett.

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As revenues are harder to come by, Australian financial institutions need to manage costs more carefully. However, the offshoring of call centre and IT jobs should be a more strategic decision, writes Rosemary Howard.

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BHP Billiton’s announcement last week that Marius Kloppers will be replaced as chief executive has focused media attention again on the role boards play in pushing out leaders, writes Roger Collins.

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Australia's politicians have long had a deaf ear when it comes to community support for voluntary euthanasia. This looks set to change in Tasmania, where its leaders have begun the process of translating that support into law, writes George Williams.

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