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  1. CBA admissions will make class action easier but shareholders still have a lot to prove
  2. Vital Signs: Australia heads into 2018 with mixed economic signals
  3. Greater skills diversity on boards might actually be worse for business
  4. A bubble? We don't even know how to value Bitcoin
  5. Westfield's history tracks the rise of the Australian shopping centre and shows what's to come
  6. What is going rotten in the franchise businesses plagued by scandals
  7. The growing skills gap between jobs in Australian cities and the regions
  8. Instead of rebuilding stadiums, the NSW government should focus on local sport and events
  9. Older people now less likely to fall into poverty
  10. Bitcoin may be reaching new heights, but the ASX shows the blockchain is reinventing business
  11. Politicians, stop pitching to the 'average' Australian; being middle class depends on where you live
  12. It would cost you 20 cents more per T-shirt to pay an Indian worker a living wage
  13. Explainer: how lending startups like Afterpay make their money
  14. What happened to the price of Bitcoin? The truth behind big bubbles and crashes
  15. Bali's Mt Agung eruption shows how businesses should and shouldn't react to uncontrollable events
  16. What makes us sign up to subscription boxes
  17. Amazon's track record may signal a change in Australian industrial relations
  18. Why coaching, not gadgets, is key to getting the most out of employees
  19. Young people still find it hard to get a job, despite using the same tactics as older job seekers
  20. How social enterprises are building a more inclusive Australian economy
  21. It's not just women at the top who are paid less than men
  22. Australia isn't dominated by big businesses that gouge customers: Grattan report
  23. Sydney the most expensive capital in Australia, Perth comes in fifth: new report
  24. Broad mandate for financial services royal commission takes the heat off banks
  25. Why the big four asked for a parliamentary inquiry into banking
  26. Governments haven't always shirked responsibility for our low wages
  27. How 'brand you' came to be
  28. Three charts on: poorer Australians bearing the brunt of rising housing costs
  29. The Queensland election outcome is a death knell for Adani's coal mine
  30. The economics of ridiculously expensive art
  31. Why we are still convinced robots will take our jobs despite the evidence
  32. Queensland election: One Nation dominates Twitter debate in the final weeks
  33. The Queensland government is paying more for its debt than the average mortgage holder
  34. Vital Signs: five economic red flags to watch for in 2018
  35. Experiments in robotics could help Amazon beat Australia's slow delivery problem
  36. No, we aren't running out of new ideas
  37. Australia is hedging its bets on China with the latest Foreign Policy White Paper
  38. Why good design alone won't attract millennials to your company
  39. Young Australians will wear the costs of Turnbull's middle income tax cut
  40. Turnbull wants to take middle income earners' income tax both up and down
  41. New Zealand experience shows same-sex marriage could provide huge economic boost for Australia
  42. What is the impact of 'impact investing'?
  43. Why New Zealand can't outsource employment policy to its central bank
  44. Why the fashion industry keeps failing to fix labour exploitation
  45. It's too soon to celebrate a narrowing gender wage gap
  46. From Lord of the Rings to Crocodile Dundee – franchising Australian culture?
  47. Vital Signs: Australia's mining boom transition is on shaky ground
  48. How 'liar loans' undermine sound lending practices
  49. The blockchain does not eliminate the need for trust
  50. The public should be 'shocked, dismayed and disgusted' at the major banks