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todayTuesday, 21 October 2014

Aussie social network to spring onto ASX with reverse listing

Australian question-and-answer-based social networking site is looking to raise up to $5 million and hopes to list on the ASX by November. by Kirsten Robb

Will a PayPal partnership with the banks mean more loan options for your business?

PayPal has signalled it may partner with local banks to offer bigger loans to small businesses through its new working capital facility. by Kirsten Robb

Website names and shames businesses and individuals not paying invoices

A website seeking to name and shame businesses which don’t pay invoices has expanded to include individuals as SMEs struggle to chase down bad debts. by Cara Waters

todayTuesday, 21 October 2014

The $100 million boost to the Australian startup economy

Venture capital firm OneVentures has announced the first close on its Innovation and Growth Fund II, which is set to inject $100 million into the Australian Series B and Series C venture capital landscape. by Kye White

What could have been done to stop a lone employee stealing almost $20 million from her employer?

Although it’s impossible to accurately quantify, payroll fraud is more common than you might think. by Tracy Angwin

Friday, 17 October 2014

Lucky punters “killing” Packer’s Crown casinos; Virgin moves to acquire 100% of Tiger; Shares up on open: Midday roundup

A string of lucky wins from VIP gamblers along with “weak consumer sentiment” has resulted in Jame’s Packer’s Melbourne and Perth casinos performing worse than expected, shareholders have been told. by Broede Carmody

Help! My staff are going to find out how young I am through LinkedIn

Your staff may not know exactly how young you are but let’s remember who owns the company here. by Aunty B

How website user experience factors affect your search engine rankings

A search engine’s job is to find the most relevant resource in answer to the question that any user asks of it. It wants to provide you, “the searcher”, with the best possible answer to your query. by Nick Grinberg

Furniture chain collapses into administration after family liquidates a string of companies

D.I.M Furniture went into administration this week, the latest in a string of companies to be liquidated by Melbourne's Dimarelos family. by Cara Waters
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