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Banducci Resignation A Warning To Woke Corporates
21 February 2024

Banducci Resignation A Warning To Woke Corporates

“The resignation of Woolworths CEO Brad Banducci is a warning to woke corporates and the elite director class to stop disrespecting mainstream values and running down Australia,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. Polling commissioned by the IPA, conducted by independent marketing research firm Dynata, at the time of Banducci’s decision to ban Australia
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Elitist Bullies At Woolies
25 January 2024

Elitist Bullies At Woolies

In this article, Daniel Wild contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into Australians’ attitudes to the involvement of big businesses in politics. Big Business is way out of touch with ordinary Australians Entirely missing the lesson from their shellacking in the Voice to parliament referendum, the usual suspects of activists and Australia’s big corporates have continued their
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Elitist Board Tarnishing The Reputation Of Woolies
16 January 2024

Elitist Board Tarnishing The Reputation Of Woolies

In this article, Daniel Wild contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into Australians’ attitudes to the involvement of big businesses in politics. Woolworths is trying to pull the wool over the eyes of Australians by asserting its choice to pull Australia Day merchandise from its shelves was a commercial decision. To be sure, its announcement claimed the
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Plastic Bags And The Nuisance State
30 June 2018

Plastic Bags And The Nuisance State

The lives of ordinary people have been made worse by the elimination of plastic bags in supermarkets – achieved by legislation in most states and by the corporate virtue-signalling led by the ever-diminishing duopoly of Coles and Woolworth. This impact, you must understand, is not a side-effect or something taken into consideration during the pursuit of a broader policy objective;
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