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Outcry over award of Do Not Call Register contract to Salmat Digital

Outcry over award of Do Not Call Register contract to Salmat Digital

Controversy has surrounded the award of the contract to operate the Do Not Call Register to Salmat Digital. By Cara Waters
ISIS Australia employees cop abuse in case of mistaken identity

ISIS Australia employees cop abuse in case of mistaken identity

An Australian company that has been operating for 25 years has become one of the unexpected victims of terrorist group the Islamic State. By Eloise Keating
Seven top tips for motivating your employees

Seven top tips for motivating your employees

Getting the most out of your staff is one of the biggest challenges you’ll face as a business owner. Here are seven top tips from the businesses in the 2014 Smart50. By Eloise Keating
Wagamama Australia goes into liquidation as all stores close

Wagamama Australia goes into liquidation as all stores close

The Australian arm of UK-based Japanese noodle franchise Wagamama has entered liquidation and all of its Australian outlets are now closed. By Eloise Keating
US pizza giant Little Caesars expands empire with first Australian store – but is there enough dough to go around?

US pizza giant Little Caesars expands empire with first Australian store – but is there enough dough to go around?

US pizza chain Little Caesars is opening its first Australian store on Thursday in Sydney. By Cara Waters
Almost 75% of Australian businesses don’t know if they have a gender pay gap

Almost 75% of Australian businesses don’t know if they have a gender pay gap

The chief executives of 3000 Australian companies will receive a gift this week – a bottle of Daughter Water. By Eloise Keating
Capital gains tax on investment property explained

Capital gains tax on investment property explained

Capital gains tax can be confusing. Here's an explanation of how it affects property appreciation, deceased estates, and some common misconceptions. By Zoe Fielding
Seven key benchmarks franchisors should measure themselves against

Seven key benchmarks franchisors should measure themselves against

As important as benchmarking is within a system, franchisors do little active benchmarking among themselves to rate their own performance measures. By Jason Gehrke
Could SoftBank soon own Shrek? Cashed-up Alibaba investor in DreamWorks takeover talks

Could SoftBank soon own Shrek? Cashed-up Alibaba investor in DreamWorks takeover talks

SoftBank has surprised investors by reportedly entering into talks to take over DreamWorks, the Hollywood animation studio known for franchises such as Shrek, How to Train Your Dragon and Madagascar. By Andrew Sadauskas
How to influence and impress at work

How to influence and impress at work

It’s not magic. It’s not genetic. Many get it wrong, but you can learn strategies to be more impressive and influential at work. By Eve Ash
Leadership: why being a good boss is damned hard work

Leadership: why being a good boss is damned hard work

Teams aren’t high performing by themselves. Leadership is complex and hard work — “the art of reconfiguring reality to create something different”. Here’s eight tips for getting the most out of your people. By Chas Savage
I didn’t keep my promise – now what?

I didn’t keep my promise – now what?

Your brand is the result of the promises you keep, and for the ones you don’t, it is the result of what you do then! By Michel Hogan
Google Chromebook users getting Adobe Photoshop as new mobile ad formats roll out

Google Chromebook users getting Adobe Photoshop as new mobile ad formats roll out

Google is rolling out a version of Photoshop for its Chromebook and Chrome OS in collaboration with Adobe, along with a series of next-generation mobile-optimised ad formats. By Andrew Sadauskas
Ello knocked off the internet in DDoS attack

Ello knocked off the internet in DDoS attack

Prospective Facebook challenger Ello was knocked off the internet for 25 minutes as a result of a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. By Andrew Sadauskas
Taxi app Ingogo raises $9.1 million, with $1.2 million through crowd equity

Taxi app Ingogo raises $9.1 million, with $1.2 million through crowd equity

Australian transportation network and mobile payments startup Ingogo has raised $9.1 million, as it increases its focus on mobile payments, ahead of a planned ASX listing next year. By Kye White
My staff want unlimited holidays – help!

My staff want unlimited holidays – help!

Is Richard Branson giving his staff access to his private island retreat as well for these unlimited holidays? By Aunty B
SMEs dominate corporate insolvency rates; Telstra public WiFi trials to kick off in November: Midday Roundup

SMEs dominate corporate insolvency rates; Telstra public WiFi trials to kick off in November: Midday Roundup

SMEs continue to dominate when it comes to corporate insolvencies in Australia, according to the corporate watchdog’s 2013-14 overview of reports provided by external administrators. By Eloise Keating
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