June 12, 2019

New Facebook app will pay users for their data

Facebook is launching a new app called Study which will pay users for their data following a series of scandals about the way the company acquires and handles users' data.
June 12, 2019

Kevin Bacon doesn’t disappoint in corruption crime-drama City on a Hill

Kevin Bacon brings home the bad old '90s Boston as a heavy-drinking, coke-snorting, casually racist FBI agent. It's terrific TV.
June 12, 2019

Sorrell shows Spirit by hiring ex-WPP executives

One of Sir Martin Sorrell’s ex-WPP lieutenants is rejoining his former boss at his new digitally focused marketing services venture, in a move that may stoke further tensions between the two companies.
June 12, 2019

Les Murray’s memorial largely celebrated in his own words

Australia's unofficial poet laureate largely spoke in his own words at his state memorial
June 12, 2019

IT glitches ‘stopped seven million payment card users’

More than seven million people were left unable to use their payment cards due to IT hitches in the past year, according to estimates by consumer group Which?
June 12, 2019

Boohoo’s fast fashion sees revenue surge to £254m

Online fashion company Boohoo defied a tough retail market in its first quarter after group revenue surged 39% to £254.3m.
June 12, 2019

Daily Picks M Magazine June 25 – Tuesday

Tuesday Picks: The Super Switch, The Great House Revival, MasterChef Australia
June 12, 2019

Recession fears spell end for revered book shop

A Sydney book store institution is closing its doors, citing a 'diabolical' post-election sales slump and looming recessionary conditions.
June 12, 2019

Car dealership giant Pendragon issues profit warning

Shares in car dealership giant Pendragon slumped by a fifth on Wednedsay, after it warned that the first half of 2019 is "expected to be significantly loss making" ahead of any return to group profitability.
June 12, 2019

Doric Quartet review: Fab four’s flawless performance

It’s a thrill to see musicians of this calibre pull out all the stops, but it was the judicious restraint and expressive flexibility that brought this performance so vividly to life
June 12, 2019

Herbie Hancock review: Still a man for all seasons and ages

Herbie Hancock's music - made in company with Lionel Loueke, James Genus and Vinnie Colaiuta - has a singular ability to speak to all age groups.
June 12, 2019

The trailblazing women behind the razor gang wars

Razorhurst brings to light the gritty fight for survival of Sydney underworld leaders Kate Leigh and Tilly Devine.