Category: Corporate behaviour

Australian bosses and “their” profits: capital strikes are good

Australian bosses and “their” profits: capital strikes are good

Introduction and acknowledgement In this article I take a close look at what’s been happening in Australia with profits and investment. I have done this out of some frustration with the way in which the economy in general and specific parts of it are reported without any meaningful connection to bosses and their profits. I…

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Kimberley Clark’s closure of Huggies in south west SYDNEY can be reversed: from April to May 1st could be the first stage.

Kimberley Clark’s closure of Huggies in south west SYDNEY can be reversed: from April to May 1st could be the first stage.

Global unions IndustriALL and UNI, are holding a day of action on 11 April against Kimberly-Clark’s restructuring plans and the company’s contempt for unions and workers around the world.  — Read on www.industriall-union.org/unions-stage-global-protest-against-kimberly-clark This is about the closure of Huggies, a healthy manufacturing shop in south west SYDNEY, owned by the global corporation Kimberly Clark.…

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Fine Dining and Class Warfare … Australian Style

Fine Dining and Class Warfare … Australian Style

Sticking up for Big Hungry Profiteering Over the past few days various media reports have highlighted the delicious connections between fine dining, wage theft and class warfare. Starting in reverse order, we had the Financial Review reporting former BHP Chairman Don Argus railing against the ‘silly’ class war being waged by the ALP. Putting aside…

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