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Business School in the Media

  • The age of big data is going to change how we behave 12 Oct 2016

    Business Insider

    Staff Member: Uri Gal

    Business Insider Australia published an opinion piece by Uri Gal about data surveillance.

  • New life insurance code riddled with loopholes 12 Oct 2016

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Gail Pearson

    The Conversation published an opinion piece by Professor Gail Pearson about loopholes in the new Financial Services Council’s insurance code.

  • Data surveillance is all around us, and it’s going to change our behaviour 11 Oct 2016

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Uri Gal

    The Conversation published an article by Associate Professor Uri Gal about how increasing technological advancements in data surveillance will change our behaviour.

  • Social Good Summit 2016 11 Oct 2016

    2SER FM

    Staff Member: Ranjit Voola

    2SER interviewed Associate Professor Ranjit Voola about the Social Good Summit to be hosted at the University of Sydney this Saturday.

  • Sandra Seno-Alday on 2MCE Orange 10 Oct 2016

    2MCE Orange

    Staff Member: Sandra Seno-Alday

    2MCE Orange interviewed Dr Sandra Seno-Alday about the University’s ASEAN business forum last week.

  • Time to get creative on gender diversity on boards 10 Oct 2016

    The Age

    Staff Member: Rae Cooper

    The Age mentioned a report, co-authored by Associate Professor Rae Cooper, which showed that Australia has now overtaken the US in the proportion of women holding board directorships.

  • Protecting consumers on a world scale 10 Oct 2016

    ABC The Business

    Staff Member: Gail Pearson

    ABC’s The Business program interviewed Professor Gail Pearson about her role as president of the International Association of Consumer Law and her forthcoming visit to Geneva as the Australian representative to critique the United Nations guidelines on consumer protection.

  • Beware of Financial Advisers Who Make a Good First Impression 09 Oct 2016

    The Wall Street Journal

    Staff Member: Susan Thorp

    The Wall Street Journal (US) reported on research on the methods financial advisors use to manipulate clients. The research was undertaken by Professor Susan Thorp.

  • Aussies back Uber-type services 07 Oct 2016

    Government News

    Staff Member: David Hensher

    Government News reported on a new study by the Institute for Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS), which found a preference for Uber and Uber-type ride sharing services amongst travellers. The article quoted Professor David Hensher.

  • Stores are using big data to track their customers 06 Oct 2016

    Info-Europa, The Illawarra Mercury, Border Mail, Newcastle Herald, Warrnambool Standard and Burnie Advocate

    Staff Member: Donnel Briley and Steven Lu

    Info-Europa, The Illawarra Mercury, Border Mail, Newcastle Herald, Warrnambool Standard and Burnie Advocate published an article by Dr Steven Lu and Professor Donnel Briley about how companies analyse big data to target specific customers’ needs.

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