17 April 2024
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Virgin boss is flying the coop before it goes public

Virgin Australia must say bon voyage to its CEO American Jayne Hrdlicka, who surprised stock players with her announcement about her exit.

Son of James Packer shows enormous promise

A Current Affair has introduced 14-year old Jackson Packer to his fellow country men and women after journalist Tess McCracken told us that “Jackson is following in his mother’s footsteps, joining her on a trip to Moldova to witness the work of UNICEF Australia.”

Switzer Investing TV | 19th February 2024

Mike Gable looks at the charts for Tyro, Zip, FMG, Pilbara Minerals & more. Dawes backs Tyro and meet the best property price predictor in the country!

13 rate rises starting to bite BIG time

The Reserve Bank’s interest rate policy looks to be slowing the economy, with unemployment spiking from 3.9% to 4.1% in January.
Is this the signal to get out the scissors and cut rates?

Mad as hell CBA customer strikes back

One 2GB listener (who owns a small business) is so mad at our biggest and most successful bank that he wrote this note to Ben Fordham, who hosts the breakfast show.

Valentine’s Day spending is a test of love and the economy

The Australia Retailers Association says consumers between 18 and 34 are tipped to spend the biggest chunk of the $465 million outlaid on flowers to show one’s love for one’s partner!

ATO tells small businesses to cough up

The ATO has permission from the Government to publicly name and shame those who have covid-created unpaid tax debts!

Switzer Investing TV | 12th February 2024

Interest rate worriers will love Shane Oliver’s call of 3 rate cuts this year!

Stamp duty escalation shows how out of touch state politicians are

Stamp duty is one of the cruellest taxes imposed by state governments. This is an anti-good times tax that punishes those people who buy properties and other big purchases, such as cars and land related to a business.

We’re being ripped off, so where’s Albo or the ACCC?

In the age of online buying pumped up by Covid lockdowns and the proliferation of Uber and delivery services, many Aussies don’t know they’re paying ‘hard-to-see’ fees. Is this a job for the new and improved Albo or the ACCC?

Take me to lunch but don’t call me out of hours!

New IR laws mean employees can reject out of hour calls from bosses.

RBA boss didn’t promise rate cuts but they're coming

In the first ever press conference of an RBA Governor after an interest rate decision, Michele Bullock implied a rate rise was possible, but she didn’t slam the door on the first cut either.

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