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  1. The hollow promise of construction-led jobs and growth
  2. What the baby bonus boost looks like across ten years
  3. The inequality you can't change that lasts a lifetime
  4. Our lifestyle, not our innovation, attracts US investment to Australia
  5. A short history of the office
  6. Spotify may soon dominate music the way Google does search — this is why
  7. A memo to Google – firing employees with conservative views is anti-diversity
  8. Vital Signs: that feeling you get when the economy can't be explained by economic models
  9. Banking with a chatbot: a battle between convenience and security
  10. Why bankers so often fail to comply with policies and regulations
  11. The NBN needs subsidies if we all want to benefit from it
  12. Gender quotas can work but it depends on how employees feel about them
  13. Cartel case shows not all corporate misbehaviour goes unpunished
  14. Don't listen to the rich: inequality is bad for everyone
  15. Allegations against the CBA show the need for a Royal Commission into the banks
  16. Computer says no: robo-advice is growing but we still don't trust it
  17. ABC News' long-form journalism pays off on Twitter
  18. Australia’s city/country divide is not as wide as you may think
  19. Here's why it's so hard to say whether inequality is going up or down
  20. Home ownership falling, debts rising – it's looking grim for the under 40s
  21. Workers are actually feeling less insecure in their jobs
  22. Three charts on: who is the typical investor in the Australian property market?
  23. New research highlights challenges of building networks for employees and entrepreneurs
  24. The government is backing the wrong industries, as our economy changes: Productivity Commission
  25. Here's an important reason the gender pay gap isn't closing
  26. Paying CEOs with stock options doesn't drive their business strategy: research
  27. A focus on goals rather than behaviour is creating workplace monsters
  28. Family trusts often cause more harm than good
  29. Turnbull's Trump parody was only a brief Twitter hit in June
  30. Giving you more say in your super? Not likely with these changes
  31. What it's like to live and work illegally in Australia
  32. The economics of the money-back guarantee
  33. Both franchisees and franchisors benefit from company-owned stores
  34. Vital Signs: the RBA's still longing for Goldilocks growth
  35. How to borrow tools from the startup world for aid and development
  36. Australian coworking spaces cater to a more diverse crowd than just young tech entrepreneurs
  37. Where the boundaries lie in workplace relationships
  38. Counter-terrorism measures permanently reduce international trade: new study
  39. Getting rid of plastic bags: a windfall for supermarkets but it won't do much for the environment
  40. The blockchain could have better security than the banks
  41. Business Briefing: are our standards dropping in the workplace?
  42. Refugees are helping others in their situation as social entrepreneurs
  43. Resume robot wars: how employees could match employers' use of tech in job applications
  44. The Tabcorp/Tatts case should end the clash between the ACCC and the Competition Tribunal
  45. Three charts on: G20 countries' stealth trade protectionism
  46. Migrants are stopping regional areas from shrinking
  47. What we miss when we focus on the gender wage gap
  48. Without better regulation, the global market for breast milk will exploit mothers
  49. The G20's new guidelines will help investors tackle climate change
  50. Vital Signs: the RBA was right to keep rates on hold

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