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todayTuesday, 2 September 2014

Here come the disruptors: SME lending gets a shake-up with PayPal and Amazon eyeing the Australian market

Small business used to be dependent solely on the banks for finance but PayPal’s recent move into the Australian market is setting a bomb under SME lending. by Cara Waters
 

BlueChilli backed by Myer Family Investments and Simon Hackett in $5m raise

Sydney-based venture technology company BlueChilli Group has closed a $5 million investment to fuel its growth in a round led by the Myer Family Investments and including Internode founder Simon Hackett. by Bronwen Clune
 

todayTuesday, 2 September 2014

Not-for-profit payroll: spending money where it counts

Finding inefficiencies in your back office by closely examining your payroll operation may release funds for the more important things. by Tracy Angwin
 

Businesses and consumers lose thousands in travel agency collapse

More than 100 consumers and businesses have been left out of pocket after an Australian travel agency collapsed in August. by Eloise Keating
 

yesterdayMonday, 1 September 2014

How to link your business strategy to sales strategy

For too long now sales has lived in the shadow of corporate and marketing strategies, but these tend to provide limited direction. by Sue Barrett
 

Friday, 29 August 2014

Harvey Norman profits jump 3.5%; Woolworths posts $2.45 billion profit: Midday roundup

Retailer Harvey Norman has announced its sales results for the 2013-14 financial year, revealing a 3.5% increase in global sales when compared to the previous year. by Broede Carmody and Kirsten Robb
 

Time’s up for Tinkler as Peabody pulls comeback mine deal after missed payments

Troubled businessman Nathan Tinkler has lost his chance to secure an $80 million purchase of Peabody Energy’s Wilkie Creek mine in Queensland, after he missed several payment deadlines. by Kirsten Robb
 

Thursday, 28 August 2014

Qantas reveals $2.8 billion loss; 40,000 households and businesses affected by electrical cable recall: Midday Roundup

Qantas has revealed an underlying loss before tax of $646 million and a statutory loss after tax of $2.8 billion for the 2013-14 financial year. by Eloise Keating and Kirsten Robb
 

Thursday, 28 August 2014

Frenemies in an age of tectonic shifts

In an age of massive change, companies need to embrace customers and competitors to survive claims VM Ware chief executive Pat Gelsinger. by Paul Wallbank
 
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