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3.5% Growth the ‘New Normal’ for the Aussie Economy? Get Real

3.5% Growth the ‘New Normal’ for the Aussie Economy? Get Real

Getting a consensus on what the new normal should look like is no easy task. The way the Aussie economy is faring today, even 2% growth represents an achievement.
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Why You Should Say No to this Technology

We need to be very cautious in how we implement new technology. Specifically, how we allow government, corporations, and our neighbours to implement it. Running through November’s news there are no less than four new tech related developments you must — in my most humble opinion — say no to.
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The Economic and Social Genies Are Out of the Bottle

Social mood and economic wellbeing go hand in glove. When a society feels prosperous there is a mood of generosity. When society is feeling less well off — Germany pre Second World War — the mood can turn ugly.
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As Massacres Go, the Paris Attacks Were a Smallish Affair

The War on Terror is in its 14th year. There is no sign of victory for either side. What leads people to massacre one another? What sets them off? Envy, hatred, fear — the usual base emotions?
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The Cult of Turnbull and the Folly of Consumer Confidence

The latest Westpac consumer confidence survey shows sentiment is on the rise. Between October and November, confidence went up 3.9%, to 101.7 on its index.
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