17 May 2021
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My reaction to the election - a landslide?

One of my peculiarities is that I do not like to discuss the results of elections until I know those results.

Keep Australia clever

The first female GG and PM was inspiring for women, but of course we didn't know then it would all end in tears.

Wait, hold the back page: Solomon Lew's got something to say

by Janine Perrett Hold the back page: retailer accuses Labor Government of squandering the mining boom. Yes, billionaire rag trader Solomon Lew gave his views on the Australian political and business scene yesterday and, of course, he's entitled to his opinion, which some might even agree with, but a few points might be made about […]

I don't like to gloat

Well I do a bit. Especially when I scoop some of my erstwhile Canberra colleagues with an idea none of them seemed to see it coming.

Wooing the Boomers

I’ll admit it. I resent Baby Boomers. This is not because I was raised by a pair of them - it’s because I am seriously jealous.

Abbott euphoria and Mr Myer

The outlook for Myer is not exactly rosy despite the fabulous new Abbott Government in Canberra.

Pollies still on the front page

Day three of the new government and the good times just keep on rolling. Confidence is soaring. It's official.

Don't hold your breath Joe

Day two of the new government and the market was still up and while I don't want to rain on the parade, it is still more to do with overseas factors I'm afraid to say.

They can't be any worse than the other lot

I'd love to say at least we have certainty and rejoice at the end of a dysfunctional minority government and being at the mercy of mercurial independents...

The election - marketing lost (and relationships won)

Just as the Super Bowl is to advertising, US elections can be regarded as a testing ground of leading edge marketing techniques.

On the eve of the election

Here's my new media take on the old school editorial: how to vote on the eve of the election.

Give us a break

Roger Corbett makes headlines for stating the bleeding obvious: that Kevin Rudd is a liability and they shouldn't have rewarded his treachery by reinstalling him.

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