Bill Shorten, Leader of the Opposition, did an interesting thing this week. He publicly stood up for something - something on the face of it unpopular.
It was the moment when the Rudd government lost its way. In this extract from his new book Power Failure, Philip Chubb tells the inside story of how Labor imploded over climate change policy. After the disaster of the UN climate summit in Copenhagen in December 2009, Kevin Rudd suddenly shifted his focus to hospital reform - but his failure to deal with the fall-out for his signature climate policy was to prove fatal to his leadership.
In the short clip below, two executives from Kodak are visiting Sterling Cooper to hear the agency’s proposal for a new slide projector that Kodak has invented. Up to this point, Kodak has insisted on incorporating the concept of a wheel into the ad campaign. When pleasantries have been exchanged, they get down to business.