There are few companies more conspicuously preoccupied with politics than Qantas.
Maybe it’s impossible to be a national carrier without becoming a national talking point, but under Alan Joyce, Qantas has made an art-form of conflating its commercial activity with the cause-célèbre of the day.
Like many of the world’s public companies, Qantas feels entitled to make such conflations.
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