This week, we’ve discovered two things. Facebook has no control over itself, and Congress has no idea how to police it. What we need is an impartial regulatory body, and we need it now.
When Sophia was granted Saudi Arabian citizenship, the world lost the plot. However, both our fear and outrage hinge on one flimsy fallacy. All we need is education.
This International Women’s Day, our Publisher Alexandra pays homage to 10 inspiring women across science, technology, medicine and politics who may not be household names – but who should be remembered as shaping our path.
TBS publisher Alexandra Tselios chats with Kinky Friedman – politician, country singer, raconteur and above all, a man without filter.
Alexandra Tselios likes what she sees in Carly Fiorina, but feels she needs to be more consistent to be relevant. And to stop making videos.
TBS publisher, Alexandra Tselios, recently seized the opportunity to swap her busy city life for the fresh, crisp air of the stunningly beautiful NSW Southern Highlands, where she discovered Raglan House, a contemporary, luxury home set amongst 2.5 acres of picturesque gardens.
These days, some people think that entrepreneurship is all about throwing money into a start-up, hiring the best people to run it and sitting back and watching the revenue roll in. For everyday Australians, the reality is somewhat different. Entrepreneurship provides an opportunity to create something you believe in, but it can be a hard…
TBS Publisher Alexandra Tselios takes apart the “protect your privacy” status update floating around Facebook…OK, Editor PB might – just might – have been one of the geese she’s talking about….sssshhhhh…
Carla Zampatti, a titan of the Australian Fashion Industry, offers Alexandra Tselios timely advice on how to successfully run both a business and home life.
The Big Smoke has just turned one year old, and Publisher Alexandra Tselios couldn’t be more proud of what a year involving a lot of sweat, a little blood (not really but it sounds good) but no tears has helped create…
While Alexandra Tselios is disappointed (well..) no-one threw the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge her way, she was glad to discover that the funds raised are being channeled to where they’re needed most.
A coffee snob but not a Starbucks hater, Alexandra Tselios wonders whether the recent buyout of the Australian Starbucks chain by the Withers group can turn it around?
When protest turns from voicing your beliefs to physically attacking someone, Alexandra Tselios feels you have lost your right to have your say.
It could have been a woman, should have been a woman and Alexandra Tselios wants to know why a female Liberal MP wasn’t given the chance to be the new NSW Premier…
Alexandra Tselios discusses women in business and quotas on boards with force-to-be-reckoned-with former Liberal Party Senator Helen Coonan.
After seven years of negotiations, Australia and Japan sign a Free Trade agreement (the JAEPA) that will have historic ramifications.
Alexandra Tselios is kinda gobsmacked Malaysian Airlines texted the relatives of MH370 passengers to tell them the news none of them wanted to hear…
Alexandra Tselios is over the corporate philanthropy haters unless they actually come out from behind their memes and do something to help the needy.
Who would have thought that Gina Rinehart and Centrelink had something in common? Alexandra Tselios, that’s who, and here’s what that common ground is…
His bail revoked before sentencing, Michael Williamson’s dark past has finally caught up with him, something that, on the evidence, doesn’t surprise Alexandra Tselios…
TBS’ own Alexandra Tselios weighs into the Qantas debate as she compares Alan Joyce’s management of Telstra to the debacle that was Sol Trujillo at Telstra.
Alexandra Tselios distils what the argy-bargy between Deutsche Bank and Merrill Lynch over the future of the Aussie dollar might mean for the economy.