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Business School in the Media

  • Government asks industrial umpire to consider penalty rates 05 Feb 2014

    ABC AM

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    Dr John Buchanan from the Business School was interviewed on ABC AM program about penalty rates and the Fair Work Commission.

  • Cluster analysis gives academic inside look at trading 05 Feb 2014

    The Australian Financial Review

    Staff Member: David Johnstone, Quan Gan PhD Student: Wang Chun Wei

    If you believe the market is a rational and sober organism, you will view sudden swings in share prices of its smaller component stocks as phenomena that can be explained.

  • Bus elite meet in Sydney 04 Feb 2014

    Bus News

    Staff Member: John Stanley

    Professor John Stanley is quoted in an article about an upcoming national infrastructure summit.

  • Shift in Chinese market a threat and an opportunity for Australian food producers 04 Feb 2014

    ABC the World Today

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    Dr Hans Hendrischke was interviewed about the debate on whether the Federal Government was correct in refusing financial support to SPC.

  • Super crisis: Australian women at risk of running out of retirement savings 03 Feb 2014

    The Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, Townsville Bulletin, and Gold Coast Bulletin

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    Dr Marian Baird is quoted in an article which reports Australian women are at risk of running out of savings during retirement.

  • Chasing 'informed trades' can be a formula for success 03 Feb 2014

    The Australian

    Staff Member: David Johnstone, Quan Gan PhD Student: Wang Chun Wei

    The Australian reports in its business news section about a new system that could help regulators as well as investors and quotes PhD student Wang Chun Wei and Professor David Johnstone from the Business School.

  • ASIC: DJs share trades not our problem 03 Feb 2014

    Australian Financial Review

    Staff Member: Juliette Overland

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has refused to say whether controversial share trading by David Jones directors was acceptable, arguing it is not the regulator's job to judge unless there are grounds for legal action. Juliette Overland was quoted in the article.

  • Loose rules take some 'ethics' out of investing 02 Feb 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Geoff Frost

    Dr Geoff Frost was quoted in a Sun Herald article about socially conscious investors.

  • ASIC rules out reopening inquiry into insider trading at David Jones 01 Feb 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Juliette Overland

    More backlash is likely as regulator faces heavy criticism following several corporate scandals that have left many shareholders in the lurch.

  • ASIC won't revisit insider trading probe over DJs directors 01 Feb 2014

    The Age

    Staff Member: Juliette Overland

    Juliette Overland was quoted in an article which states more backlash is likely as regulator faces heavy criticism following several corporate scandals.

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