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  1. Gig platforms' claims over worker chat groups: fraught territory indeed
  2. Both Australia and the region would benefit from a single market in Asia
  3. Vital Signs: Construction yet to slow down with a cooling housing market
  4. The Financial Services Royal Commission highlights the vulnerability of many older Australians
  5. To achieve more equity in the tech industry, we must reframe diversity
  6. What the Royal Commission can do if the banks don't play ball on evidence
  7. The US isn't a shining example for Australia when it comes to jobs
  8. Viewpoints: could Labor's tax changes make the system fairer or hurt investors?
  9. Australia can't afford to forget smaller businesses when negotiating trade deals
  10. Voice assistants will have to build trust before we're comfortable with them tracking us
  11. How companies can make more money by allowing you to 'pay as you want'
  12. Why Trump's tariffs will have little impact on Australia and a trade war is unlikely
  13. Vital Signs: The one thing holding back an RBA rate cut
  14. RBA research shows that zoning restrictions are driving up housing prices
  15. Using 'she' and 'he' reinforces gender roles and discrimination of women
  16. How the government can pay for its proposed company tax cuts
  17. 'Down down’ and ‘cheap cheap’ are gone gone: why supermarkets are moving away from price
  18. Negative gearing reforms could save A$1.7 billion without hurting poorer investors
  19. Face Value: business leaders nervous about consumers spending less and regulation
  20. The power of consumer habit: why businesses often struggle to expand overseas
  21. America's allies will bear the brunt of Trump's trade protectionism
  22. How the histories of Mardi Gras and gay tourism in Australia are intertwined
  23. Auditing, matching pay and accountability will close the gender pay gap: study
  24. Woolies is just one of many gambling companies using spying and other techniques to lure gamblers
  25. Why we put money into bizarre cryptocurrencies like ponzicoin and cryptokitties
  26. Women in rural workplaces struggle against the 'boys club' that leads to harassment
  27. What Australia can learn from Fiji in reducing the working poor
  28. Strong sense of cultural identity drives boom in Māori business
  29. Smart money: a better way for Australia to select big transport infrastructure projects
  30. New evidence suggests we may need to rethink policies aimed at poverty
  31. Blaming immigrants for unemployment, lower wages and high house prices is too simplistic
  32. There isn't solid research or theory to support cutting corporate taxes to boost wages
  33. How employers can design workplaces to promote wellness
  34. Why Australia needs a better system for credit scores
  35. Australia's consumer laws still don't cover e-books and many other digital products
  36. Australia may be engaging in 'free trade' but it's becoming more protectionist too
  37. What happens when employees are fired for complaining at work
  38. Explainer: what are credit ratings and why do they matter?
  39. Customer service staff need to be problem solving not apologising
  40. Airbnb is blamed for Tasmania's housing affordability problems, but it's actually helping small businesses
  41. Myer once stood for the aspirational middle class but now it's lost sight of who its customers are
  42. Governments shouldn't be so hasty in declaring victory on wages policy
  43. As selling pets online becomes normal, we need to regulate it
  44. A new definition of 'worker' could protect many from exploitation
  45. The New Payments Platform may mean faster transactions, but it won't be safer
  46. Australians support universal health care, so why not a universal basic income?
  47. Australia is missing the Closing the Gap employment target by decades
  48. Banks and financial providers one step ahead of consumers who struggle with personal bias
  49. Vital Signs: future expectations causing sharemarket gyrations and interest rate doubts
  50. Whistleblowers still in the firing line from foreign influence and official secrets laws