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Family-owned gluten-free baker Zehnder collapses into voluntary administration

A family-owned baker of gluten-free products with supply deals with Woolworths and IGA Supermarkets has collapsed into voluntary administration. by Eloise Keating
 

Friday, 27 March 2015

Debt Help Australia under fire for “predatory” ATM ads

Queensland-based debt consultancy business Debt Help Australia has come under fire for its advertising, with the Consumer Action Law Centre (CALC) complaining to three regulatory bodies about a “predatory” ATM ad from the firm. by Kirsten Robb
 

Lovisa puts a $2 million ring on South African retailer; ACCC to keep close eye on Heinz-Kraft merger: Midday Roundup

Brett Blundy’s fast fashion jewellery chain Lovisa has announced a $2 million acquisition of a chain of 21 fashion accessory stores in South Africa. by Broede Carmody and Kirsten Robb
 

First tandem skydiving company lists on the ASX as “exceptionally strong” year for IPOs in Australia rolls on

A tandem skydiving company will jump onto the ASX this morning in a bid to boost its market share by raising the necessary capital to acquire its competitors. by Broede Carmody
 

Why Apple chief Tim Cook wants to give away his $1 billion fortune

Apple chief executive Tim Cook plans to become the latest business leader to give away his fortune. by Eloise Keating
 

The 20 hardest jobs to fill in Australia

Australian businesses are struggling to fill vacant positions, especially IT roles, according to research published today by one of the world’s largest job sites. by Broede Carmody
 

Getting into the stride: Why a different approach is working for i Physio founder Scott Wescombe

Why a traditional approach to physio does not sit well with i Physio founder Scott Wescombe and his plans to further expand the group. by Kirsten Robb
 

Friday, 27 March 2015

Your guide to the data retention debate: what it is and why it’s bad

It’s time to clarify what data retention is and the nature of the threat it poses to citizens. by Bernard Keane
 

Seven reasons why you should love your numbers

It can be easy as a business owner or startup operator to fall in love with what you’re doing while ignoring the underlying numbers that will make or break your venture. by Finn Kelly
 
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