The laptop's days as the flyer's weapon of choice look just about over.
Harold Mitchell The achievements of Alexander Hamilton, a confident, charismatic and tireless operator, hold a lesson for us all.
Harold Mitchell Modern business dislike head offices and we should consider whether we need one for our public servants.
Harold Mitchell I fell out of my chair again this week observing the governor of the Reserve Bank. He really needs a holiday of at least 52 weeks a year every year.
Harold Mitchell Our government has coined a new three-word slogan: "Have a go." I've got no problem with that, but can we really do it?
Harold Mitchell One of the big business battles at the moment is between "lowest prices are just the beginning" Bunnings, and "home improvement" Masters.
Harold Mitchell Henry Parkes was a real person who worked in a real world and he made a real difference.
Harold Mitchell We've all moved on from Joe Hockey's budget. It seemed to be a very clever strategy about saving jobs.
Harold Mitchell We need to create a bigger economy and you can't do that by fiddling at the edges.
Harold Mitchell The cost of health is exploding in Australia.
Harold Mitchell War is a terrible thing. And this very special day reminds us of the horror and the heroism of Gallipoli.
Harold Mitchell I've always argued that the best leaders are those who plan a long way ahead.
Harold Mitchell It seems that an old noun has recently given birth to a new verb – "messaging". It has probably grown out of the public service, as I know it likes to take credit for many things.
Harold Mitchell Charlie's 11-year-old niece Lilah says she still believes in the Easter Bunny. But we think she is pulling our leg so she can compete in the Easter egg hunt.
Harold Mitchell History is filled with great people who were even greater because they operated in partnership.
Harold Mitchell Money talks in New York and if you're prepared to pay a bit over the odds, anything can happen.
Harold Mitchell The major parties had better realise that they’ve got Senator Ricky Muir and the other independents for at least another five years, if not 11 years if they get re-elected.
Harold Mitchell Two men, whose ages are more than 40 years apart, have dominated my week and they're both on the same track.
Harold Mitchell The Chinese New Year is perhaps the biggest day of the year in every Asian culture throughout the region.
Harold Mitchell It was an early evening dinner at the famous La Strada restaurant, Potts Point Sydney, in the winter of 1982 and Trevor Kennedy, Kerry Packer's right hand man, Sam Chisholm, the legendary boss of the...
Harold Mitchell Earlier this week Louise asked what the interest rate cut means. Like most of us, she had no idea what a reduction from 2.5% to 2.25% is all about.