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How the internet was a big reset button for business

How the internet was a big reset button for business

In the age of the web, business is like a petri dish says internet pioneer and Cluetrain Manifesto author Doc Searls. By Paul Wallbank
The good push guide: The who, when, what and why of using ‘push alerts’

The good push guide: The who, when, what and why of using ‘push alerts’

Push notifications on a mobile app are a highly effective marketing tool. However, you need to be judicious when you use them. By Dennis Benjamin
What is Microsoft up to over the next year?

What is Microsoft up to over the next year?

Here’s a first-hand account of what happened at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC). By David Markus
Why your small business needs to manipulate its Google search rankings: SEO Video

Why your small business needs to manipulate its Google search rankings: SEO Video

Some people think manipulating Google is a bad thing. I would argue there are important reasons why it is quite necessary. By Jim Stewart
Apple and IBM versus Microsoft’s new cloud strategy, and what it means for your business: Control Shift

Apple and IBM versus Microsoft’s new cloud strategy, and what it means for your business: Control Shift

Recently, Apple made headlines by signing a major partnership with IT giant IBM. Here's what it means for your business. By Andrew Sadauskas
Amazon Fire Phone first look: Gadget Watch

Amazon Fire Phone first look: Gadget Watch

On June 18, Amazon announced it was making its first smartphone with a new device called the “Fire Phone”. So is its first effort any good? By Andrew Sadauskas
Brad Carr, director from Ry.com.au: My Best Tech

Brad Carr, director from Ry.com.au: My Best Tech

Brad Carr is a director of Australia's largest online beauty and hair care store, Ry.com.au. By Andrew Sadauskas
Former Apple executive Bill Campbell reflects on Steve Jobs and Tim Cook: Best of the Web

Former Apple executive Bill Campbell reflects on Steve Jobs and Tim Cook: Best of the Web

Late last week, Apple director Bill Campbell ended his 17-year run as a director at Apple. He recently shared his experiences working with Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and current chief executive Tim Cook. By Andrew Sadauskas
Ski slope skirmish: Small marketing company wins legal stoush over the word ‘Thredbo’

Ski slope skirmish: Small marketing company wins legal stoush over the word ‘Thredbo’

A small marketing company has won a lengthy legal battle against its much bigger counterparts over the right to use the word “Thredbo”. By Eloise Keating
Kresta shareholders urged to accept Chinese takeover bid; CBA cuts its five-year fixed mortgage rate: Midday Roundup

Kresta shareholders urged to accept Chinese takeover bid; CBA cuts its five-year fixed mortgage rate: Midday Roundup

The directors of curtains and blinds retailer Kresta are urging its shareholders to accept a $27.7 million takeover bid launched by Hong Kong-based trading company Suntarget Trading in a statement to the ASX. By Andrew Sadauskas and Eloise Keating
Study reveals the cost of luring staff to fill skills shortages – and how to slash your wage bill

Study reveals the cost of luring staff to fill skills shortages – and how to slash your wage bill

A study has revealed how much businesses need to increase wages in order to lure a potential employee to a remote or regional location in order to fill a skills shortage, including home owners demanding $25,600 extra to relocate. By Andrew Sadauskas
How do I subtly brag about being headhunted to my boss?

How do I subtly brag about being headhunted to my boss?

Why don’t you want the other job? If the pay is not as good, or the business not as good, then it’s not really anything to boast about. By Aunty B
Sole traders three times more likely to die at work: Report

Sole traders three times more likely to die at work: Report

Sole traders and self-employed workers are three times more likely than employees to die in a workplace accident, according to shocking statistics from Safe Work Australia. By Andrew Sadauskas
‘You’ve got an hour’: Family sues NAB and Ombudsman after forced sale of farm

‘You’ve got an hour’: Family sues NAB and Ombudsman after forced sale of farm

The former owners of one of Australia’s largest stone fruit farms launched legal proceedings yesterday against the forced sale of their business, Murrawee Farms, when it was in receivership last year. By Cara Waters
Lorna Jane reaches one million Facebook likes: Five lessons from the retailer’s social media success

Lorna Jane reaches one million Facebook likes: Five lessons from the retailer’s social media success

While Dean says Lorna Jane’s online sales equate to the sales of 16 bricks-and-mortar stores, the retailer’s social media presence is not just about converting sales. By Eloise Keating
Awards too complex, says Fair Work Ombudsman

Awards too complex, says Fair Work Ombudsman

Many small Australian businesses are struggling to decipher overly complicated employment awards, according to Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James. By Eloise Keating
James Packer to donate $200 million to charity

James Packer to donate $200 million to charity

Crown Resorts chairman James Packer is pledging to donate $200 million to charity over the next 10 years, with indigenous communities and the arts set to benefit. By Andrew Sadauskas
Are you using outdated incentives to motivate your team?

Are you using outdated incentives to motivate your team?

Research consistently shows that money is not the most important factor in motivating your team. So what is? By Pollyanna Lenkic
iPhones still Apple’s bread and butter as profits reach $US7.7 billion

iPhones still Apple’s bread and butter as profits reach $US7.7 billion

The iPhone is still Apple’s bread and butter gadget, as the tech titan reports strong quarterly profits led by its iPhone sales. By Kirsten Robb
Pitch perfect: Seven tips for crafting a memorable business proposal

Pitch perfect: Seven tips for crafting a memorable business proposal

Your marketing has been successful. You’ve been invited to present your proposal. What's next? By Michelle Gamble
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