With Amazon down to its last possible major delivery partner [in Japan] one wonders where the company will go from here.

Terrie Lloyd Long-term technology and media entrepreneur

Japan has the best parcel delivery in the world - the 'takkyubin’ services. But even Japan struggles with your online purchases…

Terrie Lloyd Long-term technology and media entrepreneur

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We estimate the overall WMP-related leverage in China’s interbank market has eased.

David Qu & Raymond Yeung China Markets Economist & Chief Economist Greater China, ANZ

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Award-winning Illustrator Rod Clement shares his uniquely quirky take on the corporate world. This week: the many options of the central banker.

Rod Clement Walkley Award-winning cartoonist

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Don’t give up on globalisation yet

Globalisation as a concept is waning but everyone would lose in a less-liberal global marketplace.

Charles Wachira Associate Director, Institutional at ANZ

19 Apr 2017

Eleanor Roosevelt, cats and professional excellence

If you want your career to be a success it is important to evolve and embrace change.

Katie Bennett-Stenton National Marketing Lead, Energy & Resources, Deloitte

10 Apr 2017

Emotional intelligence: a core leadership skill

Being a manager requires control – and understanding the way people feel at work is critical.

Leon Gettler Business and management journalist

12 Apr 2017

Bank of England: Do as I say, not as I do

Trust in institutions is declining and it concerns the Bank of England. What they are doing is a lesson for all companies.

Andrew Cornell Managing Editor BlueNotes

24 Apr 2017

Pigeonholes and prefixes: is there still a place for honorifics?

As western societies have progressed the importance of titles has waned.

Nick Godber BlueNotes contributing editor

18 Apr 2017

China’s grey market challenge

China has a relatively well-developed aged-care sector but it is not of the scale necessary to cope with its looming demographic changes.

Warwick Smith Chairman, Australia China Council & director, ANZ China

13 Apr 2017

Bring back the typewriter? Write on!

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Leo D'Angelo Fisher Freelance journalist and management authority

20 Apr 2017

Pressures and promise for banking in APAC

Is it becoming less attractive to bank in APAC as growth loses its vigour?

Andrew Cornell Managing Editor BlueNotes

13 Apr 2017

Under the waterline between China and Japan

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Mark Skulley & Jim Skulley Freelance journalist & Honours student in international relations at La Trobe University

21 Apr 2017

Internal fraud: don’t be surprised, be prepared

Trust in employees is important – but so are internal controls.

Greg Scott Senior Governance Manager, ANZ NZ

20 Apr 2017

ON THE COUCH: Elliott on business’ most important resource

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Andrew Cornell Managing Editor BlueNotes

12 Apr 2017

It’s not all about millennials: consumers are ageing

People over 60 are the fastest-growing consumer segment in the world and smart businesses are taking notice.

Gina Westbrook Director Strategy Briefings, Euromonitor

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