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todayTuesday, 3 March 2015

RBA keeps interest rates on hold

The Reserve Bank of Australia has kept the official cash rate on hold this month. by Jessie Richardson

todayTuesday, 3 March 2015

A set of values is more than a poster on a wall

Do you have one set of values on a poster on the wall and another set of values that are the way people actually behave? It’s more common than you might think. by Michel Hogan

Sydney owner pockets $1.37 million growth on Epping home over 20 years on another big auction weekend

The owner of a four bedroom brick home in the northern Sydney suburb of Epping has pocketed $1.37 million on the sale of the property they purchased for $350,000 about 20 years ago. by Kirsten Robb

yesterdayMonday, 2 March 2015

Bankrupt My Kitchen Rules contestant could be forced to pay back anything he wins to creditors

A contestant on Channel Seven’s popular reality cooking television show My Kitchen Rules who filed for bankruptcy last year could be stripped of any winnings from the show, according to bankruptcy experts. by Kirsten Robb

Is ‘social selling’ all it’s cracked up to be? Some myths and challenges

Since LinkedIn started its publishing arm there has been a growing tsunami of articles filling our news feeds and inboxes. by Sue Barrett

Friday, 27 February 2015

Financial services companies hit with $20,400 fines for potentially misleading consumers about their super

Two Australian financial services companies have been slammed with penalties of more than $20,000 for potentially misleading consumers online. by Broede Carmody

Harvey Norman profits jump 27%; Billionaire’s secret daughter wins $25 million stake in estate; Midday Roundup

Retail giant Harvey Norman has posted a 27.4% jump in profits to $142 million for the first half of the financial year, thanks to Australia’s hot property market sending droves of customers through the retailer’s doors. by Kirsten Robb and Broede Carmody

Just the beginning: How Sarah Timmerman grew online fashion site Beginning Boutique into a seven-figure business

Sarah Timmerman on why she wants her business Beginning Boutique to be “best friends” with its customers and how she plans to be bigger than the biggest names in the industry. by Kirsten Robb

Friday, 27 February 2015

Half a million customers in, Nitro gets set to build a smart documents platform

Nitro has signed up its 500,000th business customer as it begins to switch its focus to building a smart documents platform. by Kye White
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