Are directors liable when cyber security is breached?
BusinessThink, 19 July, 2017
Most Australian company directors know they need to oversee their organisation’s cyber risks, but many aren’t adequately prepared and risk prosecution from the regulator in the event of a breach.
How the internet of things could be spying on you
News.com.au, 09 June, 2017
BIG Brother is watching. You house could be spying on you through seemingly harmless everyday appliances.
Budget 2017: Treasurer predicts surplus by 2021
ABC News Radio, 09 May, 2017
The Federal Treasurer has handed down the 2017 budget, which he says is based on the principles of fairness, security and opportunity.
UNSW academic criticises damaging features of discretionary trusts
Sydney Morning Herald, 06 April, 2017
Well-off Australians are slashing their personal tax bills at a cost of billions of dollars a year to other taxpayers through the widening use of secretive family trusts.
Can we encourage consumers to behave more ethically?
BusinessThink, 15 March, 2017
Consumers don't always behave ethically and while most consumers accept that the above acts are unethical, the purchasing of counterfeit products, or the illegitimate sharing and copying of copyrighted products, are seen by many perpetrators as completely legitimate activities.
The rise and rise of Amazon
ABC Radio National 'The Money', 23 February, 2017
Elizabeth Maitland discusses Amazon, the online marketplace disrupting industries around the globe as it sells almost anything, delivers almost anywhere, and makes all manner of media products.
CEO Pay: What pay is right for a CEO?
ABC RN Drive, 08 February, 2017
Peter Swan discusses what pay is right for a CEO