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A more relaxed dress code did wonders for breaking down silos...

Marcia Levinstock Founder and managing editor of content agency PrimaryIdeas

Never has a BlueNotes story inspired such passionate and divided opinion as Leo D'Angelo Fisher's tirade against the tie-less suit. Now we present the case for the defence.

Marcia Levinstock Founder and managing editor of content agency PrimaryIdeas

24 Nov 2015

The effects [the RMB's SDR] inclusion is more likely to be gradual rather than immediate but a range of implications and opportunities will clearly emerge.

Daniel Everett Global Head of RMB, Strategy and Execution at ANZ

27 Nov 2015

RMB reserves place among the elite

Daniel Everett

26 Nov 2015

AI agents: the next step in cybersecurity

A new kind of cyber protection can learn lessons without the need for a human programmer.

Drew Turney

25 Nov 2015

Employing people with disability is good (for business)

There's a whole stack of assumptions when it comes to employing people with disabilities that are costing employers money.

Graeme Innes

24 Nov 2015

Is the blockchain defecting from Bitcoin to the banks?

Bitcoin would not exist without the “blockchain” distributed ledger platform. Now the financial system is increasingly recognising that doesn't mean blockchain needs Bitcoin.

Andrew Cornell Andrew Cornell

18 Nov 2015

Three industries facing a TPP shakeup

The TPP will impact many sectors differently as global supply chains pivot to take advantage.

Roland Randall

18 Nov 2015

Stateometer: Qld on the up

Economic rebalancing is continuing slowly throughout Australia despite the resources downturn.

Kirk Zammit & Cherelle Murphy

26 Nov 2015

The challenge Australia and Vietnam share

Two very different economies in different parts of the world have a shared challenge: water.

Christina Tonkin

25 Nov 2015

ANZ style and tactics will change, Asia presence won’t

Incoming CEO Shayne Elliott has just spent a week with offshore investors. He runs through the key issues - strategy, dividend, regulation – on video with BlueNotes.

Andrew Cornell Andrew Cornell

23 Nov 2015

Before doing business in India, you must eat

Doing business in India requires going there. Get your feet on the ground. Come a lot.

Nicola Watkinson

23 Nov 2015

Inflation globalises, Australian inflation falls

Central bank still likely to loosen monetary policy in first half of 2016.

Joanne Masters

17 Nov 2015

How much will the kitchen sink your renovation budget?

Cost of renovating spiked through 2015 as owners took advantage of a roaring housing market.

Chris Kelly

27 Nov 2015

A vision for a stable financial future

Understanding savings goals is important, particularly for people who haven't had access to formal financial services.

Vosawale Tamani

23 Nov 2015

NZ or Australia – who is the luckier country?

New Zealand produces protein and views, while Australia produces iron ore and coal. Who will be better off in the Asian century?

Bernard Hickey Bernard Hickey

17 Nov 2015

A dressing down for dress down Friday

An encouragement of a more informal workplace? Or an insidious plot to lower the standards of civilisation in general and workplace productivity in particular? Tie-ing one on Casual Friday.

Leo D'Angelo Fisher

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