Talking Business#42 Interview with David Chinn from Lexer

Moody's changes the outlook of America's debt to negative, putting the US one step closer to losing its last perfect credit rating.

 

Fears of soaring prices and shortages as Australian Federal Police investigate a major cyber-attack against Australia's ports.

 

Optus, Telstra and other major telco boards required to sign off on a new or updated cyber risk management program every year or face hundreds of thousands of dollars in penalties.


Singtel-owned Optus says routine software upgrade caused the massive 14-hour network outage. A network shouldn't implode so spectacularly because a software upgrade was run.


The opposition of Australia's biggest super fund to the Brookfield bid for Origin virtually ensures the deal won’t get up.


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