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Defects are not so much a technological problem as a sociological problem.

It's the system for building systems that we should be correcting.

The only unforgivable failure is the failure to learn from past failure.

Tom DeMarco: "Controlling Software Projects - Management Measurement & Estimation"


The lamp of experience... I know of no way of judging the future but by the past.

Patrick Henry


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Mon Jan 22 07:23:06 UTC 2018
On a snowy hilltop in Switzerland, seven women - including an Australian - are shaking up a male world
For four days in January, the seven chairwomen of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, leaders who hail from France, Australia, the United States, India, Italy and Norway, will be the faces of successful women around the world.
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Mon Jan 22 06:46:15 UTC 2018
The world economy is surging, but complacency could be costly
Almost a decade after the financial crisis, economies in just about every corner of the world are growing - but can it last?
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Mon Jan 22 05:45:14 UTC 2018
Listening skills the key for triage career
One nurse is making a mark in telehealth.
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Mon Jan 22 09:27:01 UTC 2018
ASX slides below 6000 as banks weigh, Domain drops 17pc
The ASX closed below the 6000 level as the big four banks fell and Domain dropped over 17 per cent.
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Mon Jan 22 05:39:55 UTC 2018
Markets Live: Domain shares dumped after CEO exit
The ASX fell back below 6000 for the first since mid-December as banks weighed the index down. CEO resignations saw Domain and McGrath take a big hit.
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Mon Jan 22 06:59:51 UTC 2018
CBA shareholders face another tough year, says Citi
Commonwealth Bank shareholders should brace for a "much more challenging" earnings environment, Citi says.
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Mon Jan 22 04:53:16 UTC 2018
NAB wealth sale could make strategic sense: analysts
National Australia Bank could bolster its returns and lower the risk of repuational damage by offloading its remaining wealth operations.
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Mon Jan 22 03:02:57 UTC 2018
Inequality gap grows as Australia sees massive leap in billionaires
2017 saw the largest increase in the number of billionaires since the start of this century, widening the gap between the rich and the rest of the nation.
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Mon Jan 22 04:50:25 UTC 2018
Mr Real Estate steps back in as crisis engulfs McGrath
The real estate company is in turmoil after its lower-than-expected earnings were leaked to the media.
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Mon Jan 22 06:54:14 UTC 2018
Domain Group chief Antony Catalano steps down
Months after listing on the Australian Stock Exchange, Antony Catalano has stepped down from his position as chief executive of Domain Group.
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Sun Jan 21 20:48:29 UTC 2018
8@eight: Uncertain start ahead for ASX
A busy weekend around the world is set to affect the local sharemarket.
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Sun Jan 21 15:57:04 UTC 2018
The future of grocery shopping? Amazon's checkout-free store opens to the public
Amazon is opening its checkout-free grocery store to the public after more than a year of testing.
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Mon Jan 22 03:16:32 UTC 2018
Spotify won over Taylor Swift. Can it win over investors?
The Swedish, streaming music service could set a new precedent with its unusual stockmarket debut.
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Mon Jan 22 06:17:50 UTC 2018
One area where the banks are getting it right: curbing coal
For all their flaws, banks are doing more than the government to move investment away from coal.
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Sun Jan 21 23:25:29 UTC 2018
Census data reveals the most popular suburbs among occupations
We know a lot about where people work - you'll find doctors at medical centres, nurses at hospitals and teachers at schools. But where are they most likely to live?
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Sun Jan 21 10:42:27 UTC 2018
Where are they now? The fate of Toobs, Caramilk, and other classic treats
Nostalgia is defined as "a sentimental longing or wistful affection for a period in the past". For some, that might mean the glory days when you could tuck into Tasty Toobs, chomp on Caramilk chocolate, or gorge on green frogs.
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Sun Jan 21 07:58:01 UTC 2018
Quintis collapses into administration
Sandalwood company Quintis has collapsed with Korda Mentha appointed as administrators. 
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Sun Jan 21 09:29:36 UTC 2018
Inflation expectations poised for a reset; CPI from NZ this week, Australia next
As earnings season begins here and accelerates overseas, rising wages and commodity prices bring inflation back into focus.
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Sun Jan 21 06:27:26 UTC 2018
As bitcoin sinks, crypto bros party hard on a blockchain cruise
600 cryptocurrency enthusiasts saw the price of bitcoin bomb as they set sale from Singapore.
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Sun Jan 21 13:15:00 UTC 2018
BDO facing legal action over mining report
Leading Australian accounting firm BDO is being sued over an allegedly “misleading and deceptive” independent expert report which supported a proposed merger of tin miner Kasbah Resources Limited with a Canadian-listed company.
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