Archive for June 2020

Global recovery unlikely before 2024 at least, warns former Dow executive chairman and adviser to Morrison and Trump Andrew Liveris

This is episode number twenty one in our series for 2020 and today’s date is Friday, June 26.  First I talk to Gavin Ward, CEO of Office National, looking at how businesses are coming up with some ingenious ways to entice staff back to work. These include perks, creative activities, wellness equipment, elaborate desktop accessories, parties, and more.…

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U.S. civil rights & racial equity groups see a large surge in corporate donations in response to George Floyd’s death

This is episode number nineteen in our series for 2020 and today’s date is Friday, June 12.  First I talk to leading Australian barrister Ian Neil SC on the implications of COVID-19 for the Gig Economy. And then I’ll be talking to economist Nicholas Gruen on the challenges of making forecasts about health and the economy. But first, let’s…

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Emergency access to superannuation during the COVID-19 shock has triggered a spending spree for some Australians

This is episode number eighteen in our series for 2020 and today’s date is Friday, June 5.  First I talk to LiveTiles co-founder Karl Redenbach about remote working. And then I’ll be talking to RMIT economist Jonathan Boymal about the downturn in Australian property prices because of COVID-19. But first, let’s talk to Karl Redenbach. Listen to the full podcast…

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