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While Australia is a relatively small country in comparison to the United States, 22M to 309M, its mix of capitalist and socialist policies for retirement policies are certainly something to be awa...
Australia (May 29th, 10)
From the consumer's point of view it is amazing that both Apple and Google perhaps the web's two most popular companies have recently started competing head to head on some products and services. ...
Technology (May 24th, 10)
  While the thought of Google's foray into the television space could be perceived to be another innovative way to tap into an additional source of advertising revenue, I think it could poten...
Business (May 21st, 10)
While the excitement builds for the release Apple iPad on Saturday(3rd of April), one has to consider the major impact the device will directly and indirectly effect other companies and products.&n...
Industries (Apr 2nd, 10)
  The February 2010 ADP Employment Report shows Nonfarm private employment decreased 20,000 from January 2010 to February 2010 Some positive points include Manufacturing up 3000 and Services up...
Business (Mar 3rd, 10)
It was not too long ago when expatriates left Australia to find employment and return with a $3 Australian dollars for every $1 British Pound Sterling. How things have changed, as of 1st of March 2010...
Australia (Mar 2nd, 10)
So while 4,100,000 jobs were lost in 2009, the recent drop from 10% to the current unemployment rate of 9.7% indicates the job market may be improving slightly. It also highlights perhaps employers...
United States (Feb 27th, 10)
  With all the talk about the stimulus from one point of partisan politics of having no significant effect and the other pointing to the Congressional Budget Office finding that the Act has s...
United States (Feb 26th, 10)
Mortgage rates in the US are low, so low in fact that some rates are even available at a 5% fixed for 30 years. However on the opposite end there is the US investor who wants to park their cash somewh...
United States (Feb 26th, 10)
  Looking from afar at the US Jobs market situation it is unsettling to watch to say the least. With the unemployment rate to have recorded to have fallen to 9.7% it begs the question why the US...
Healthcare (Feb 24th, 10)
While flow of legal permanent immigrants into the United States has averaged over 1 million a year, it now could be considered a detriment to the economy. While there are a variety of reasons of wh...
United States (Feb 23rd, 10)
While three years may not seem like a long time for the typical stock market blue chip company, in the world of computer technology and consumer electronics it can seem like almost a generation of ...
Technology (Feb 19th, 10)
The Idea is everyone can benefit from international trade, as per Adam Smith's original ‘Wealth of Nations' principles with a country having a specialized focus on labour using its comparative a...
United States (Feb 17th, 10)
  There were 24 central bank representatives who flew into Sydney yesterday for a summit in a secret undisclosed location . It was unconfirmed that Ben Bernake would be there but could make an a...
Banking (Feb 5th, 10)
I confess i am still enamored with my iPhone and felt at the time i purchased it in 2009 to be the most useful and innovative piece of mobile technology that actually made me want to use the device...
Technology (Feb 2nd, 10)
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