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todayThursday, 2 October 2014

Family-owned SMEs fuel local IPO growth

Family-owned businesses are among the companies driving growth in the number of local initial public offerings, according to data from Ernst & Young. by Eloise Keating

Matchstick on Firefox: Mozilla’s Chromecast clone makes debut via crowdfunding site Kickstarter

Mozilla’s Chromecast-style HDMI stick, which is known as Matchstick and powered by the Firefox OS operating system, has made its debut on crowdfunding site Kickstarter. by Andrew Sadauskas

yesterdayWednesday, 1 October 2014

The 10 most powerful part-timers and Women's Agenda have compiled a list of the country's most powerful part-time workers to show that influential careers can be flexible. by Women's Agenda

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

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

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

Monday, 29 September 2014

“Perfect storm” warning as voluntary administration rates set to soar

Voluntary administration rates for listed companies are set to soar, according to research published by CPA Australia this month. by Cara Waters

Tinkler’s horse sale off and running with Harvey set to recoup $40 million debt

Gerry Harvey had a good weekend after racking up $22.48 million in sales from former billionaire Nathan Tinkler’s Patinack thoroughbred horse farm at the Magic Millions sale yard. by Eloise Keating

Monday, 29 September 2014

How to avoid the online foreign exchange pricing trap when dealing with overseas customers

Establishing new customers in an overseas market can be quite challenging, with businesses spending a lot of time and resources deciding on a suitable pricing strategy. by Jim Vrondas

Friday, 26 September 2014

Queensland mining company collapses due to bad debt

A Queensland drilling and mining company has collapsed into administration. by Eloise Keating
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