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Business School in the Media

  • Childcare reforms would still punish mothers who work too much 16 Aug 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Marian Baird and Rae Cooper

    The Sydney Morning Herald quotes Marian Baird and Rae Cooper in an article about how mothers who work more than two days a week will continue to suffer economically despite the productivity commission's plan to improve their participation in the workforce.

  • Sydney wants its MBA to be flexible and experimental 15 Aug 2014

    The Australian

    Staff Member: Greg Whitwell

    The sales pitch for the University of Sydney Business School's MBA offering - "Me, First" - might seem specifically designed to attract self-absorbed narcissists. But is not the idea at all, says dean Greg Whitwell.

  • How business is driving equality 15 Aug 2014

    Australian Financial Review

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    The Australian Financial Review interviews Professor Marian Baird about how businesses are assessing how compliant their policies are in terms of workplace equality, flexibility and sustainability in a story as part of the 100 Women of Influence Awards.

  • Retail versus industry super 14 Aug 2014

    ABC The Business

    Staff Member: Michael Rafferty

    Dr Michael Rafferty is interviewed on ABC's the Business about the Abbott Government's plan to shake up the boards of industry super funds.

  • Retail versus industry super 14 Aug 2014

    ABC

    Staff Member: Michael Rafferty

    ABC's The Business reported on research conducted by Dr Mike Rafferty from the Business School into the returns generated by industry superannuation funds compared with retail funds.

  • Family First pushes for workers to negotiate own pay rates 13 Aug 2014

    ABC

    Staff Member: Rae Cooper

    Representatives of the restaurant industry have said that rising labour costs are forcing many businesses to pay workers cash at rates lower than the minimum award.

  • Expert fears 'carnage' on roads 12 Aug 2014

    Wollondilly Advertiser

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves

    A State government proposal to increase the speed limit on the Hume Highway to 120km/h would be "carnage" according to a transport expert.

  • Branded apps not so sweet for kids: new study shows children bombarded with logos and products 11 Aug 2014

    Daily Telegraph

    Staff Member: Teresa Davis

    The Daily Telegraph reported a University study reveals branded apps are influencing young people at unprecedented levels and quotes co-author, Associate Professor Teresa Davis from the Business School.

  • Parcel delivery and the improvements over the “final mile” 11 Aug 2014

    Monocle 24

    Staff Member: Andrew Collins

    UK-based online radio station Monocle 24 interviewed Dr Andrew Collins from the Business School on parcel delivery and the improvements over the “final mile”.

  • Malaysia Airlines in $460m bid to clear air 09 Aug 2014

    The Australian

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert

    Malaysia Airlines is expected to remain a viable player in the Australian market after its major government shareholder yesterday moved to delist it, with a $460m bid to throw off the yoke of two crippling crashes.

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