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ACCC gives Reckitt Benckiser a legal headache over “identical” Nurofen products marketed at specific pains

ACCC gives Reckitt Benckiser a legal headache over “identical” Nurofen products marketed at specific pains

The consumer watchdog has launched legal action against pharmaceutical giant Reckitt Benckiser Australia over its Nurofen Specific Pain Products. By Kirsten Robb
Android for Work separates your professional and private lives

Android for Work separates your professional and private lives

Google's new business-centric Android apps draw a line between work and play on mobile devices, helping you crack down on ‘shadow IT’. By David Hancock
Liz Wiseman on leaders who multiply and those who diminish: Five ways to lead brilliant teams

Liz Wiseman on leaders who multiply and those who diminish: Five ways to lead brilliant teams

There are two types of leaders, according to leadership researcher Liz Wiseman: Some encourage intelligence, while others “shut down the smarts of others and waste talent and intellect”. By Eloise Keating
Family-owned strawberry farm collapses into voluntary administration

Family-owned strawberry farm collapses into voluntary administration

Family-owned strawberry producer Oz Fresh Farms, which has supplied fresh berries to Coles supermarkets for more than 40 years, has collapsed into voluntary administration. By Eloise Keating
#NameAHorseRace gallops away from William Hill as Twitter users hijack campaign

#NameAHorseRace gallops away from William Hill as Twitter users hijack campaign

Twitter users have hijacked a social media campaign by William Hill, after the betting giant attempted to engage followers yesterday with its #NameAHorseRace competition. By Kirsten Robb
When 3D printing meets the Jet Age

When 3D printing meets the Jet Age

3D-printed parts for a jet engine that are as strong as traditionally made parts but lighter? It's happening already in Melbourne. By David Markus
Australian e-tailers cash in on growing digital demand as Aussies splash out $16.6 billion online

Australian e-tailers cash in on growing digital demand as Aussies splash out $16.6 billion online

Online Australian retailers are cashing in on the increasing demand for online sales, as figures released yesterday show Australians spent a record $16.6 billion online in the year to January 2015. By Kirsten Robb
MWC 2015: BlackBerry unveils Z10-like keyboard-free smartphone and slider and hopes young executives will make the Leap

MWC 2015: BlackBerry unveils Z10-like keyboard-free smartphone and slider and hopes young executives will make the Leap

BlackBerry has shown off two new smartphones at the Mobile World Congress, including a keyboard-free smartphone, a new high-end device designed in partnership with Porsche Design and a phone with a slide-out keyboard. By Andrew Sadauskas
Social media – it’s not all about Facebook and Twitter

Social media – it’s not all about Facebook and Twitter

Be more than a brand island with its own ego on Facebook! Be part of your audience’s networks and experiences online. By Fi Bendall
Telstra changes excess use charges and increases data allowances on business bundles

Telstra changes excess use charges and increases data allowances on business bundles

Telstra is rolling out a number of changes across its business broadband plans, which will be automatically applied to the accounts of its existing customers. By Andrew Sadauskas
How Microsoft HoloLens, virtual reality and augmented reality will affect your business: Control Shift

How Microsoft HoloLens, virtual reality and augmented reality will affect your business: Control Shift

There has been a lot hype recently about holograms and virtual reality. But, in practical terms, what sort of impact are these technologies really likely to have on your business? By Andrew Sadauskas
Intention to carry on a business not enough for GST claim

Intention to carry on a business not enough for GST claim

A company claiming to carry on a land development business has been unsuccessful before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal in claiming GST input tax credits. By Terry Hayes
To clean up the financial system we need to watch the watchers

To clean up the financial system we need to watch the watchers

ASIC’s remit is to enforce proper market conduct and ensure consumer protection. But is it doing its job? By Andrew Schmulow
Intergenerational report shows Aussies must work longer; ASIC fines QLD business for misleading home loan ads: Midday Roundup

Intergenerational report shows Aussies must work longer; ASIC fines QLD business for misleading home loan ads: Midday Roundup

Treasurer Joe Hockey has this morning released the government’s Intergenerational Report, which signals the need for Australians to work longer to counteract the pressures of an ageing population. By Kirsten Robb and Eloise Keating
It’s all in the culture – Melbourne-based startup Culture Amp secures $8 million in Series A funding

It’s all in the culture – Melbourne-based startup Culture Amp secures $8 million in Series A funding

Workplace culture analytics startup Culture Amp has raised $US6.3 million ($A8.1 million) in Series A funding led by Felicis Ventures, Index Ventures and Blackbird Ventures. By Kye White
The five basics of the property search: Peter Chittenden

The five basics of the property search: Peter Chittenden

For almost anyone looking to buy, even in the current market, I would always suggest starting with the basics. By Peter Chittenden
What can I do about my employee's poor customer service skills?

What can I do about my employee's poor customer service skills?

You need to address this issue before it spirals out of control! By Aunty B
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