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Maister family: Why we scooped up Smart50 finalist 4Cabling

Sydney-based cabling company 4Cabling has been scooped up by family-owned private equity firm Gernis Holdings. by Kirsten Robb

Friday, 19 September 2014

Sydney-based brokerage firm fined $20,000; Trades franchise to launch in Australia tomorrow: Midday roundup

A Sydney-based financial services provider has been slapped with a $20,400 fine by the Australia Securities and Investment Commission over two misleading statements made on its website in May this year. by Broede Carmody and Kirsten Robb

A small business turning over millions should not be going broke

Nearly every week we read about an Australian-owned business going broke – even though their turnover is in the millions. by Grant Field

Five-year-old online wine wholesaler collapses but business finds new home with well-known brand

Online wine wholesale company Wine Growers Direct Australia has collapsed into administration, but the business has found a new home under the successful brand. by Kirsten Robb

Friday, 19 September 2014

Seven reasons why you need to know your numbers

What is the most common reason that you are stressed as a small business owner? Most people would answer cash flow problems. by Finn Kelly

Former real estate agent sentenced to 15 months prison after stealing over $1 million from clients

Former principal of The Strata Agency, Rachael Jena Kwaregen, has been sentenced to 15 months in prison with a non-parole period of nine months after pleading guilty earlier this year to stealing over $1 million from her strata clients. by Jennifer Duke

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Guilty pleas entered in $7 million NAB insider trading case; Ray White expands into SMSF financial advice market: Midday Roundup

The two men at the centre of the $7 million NAB and Australian Bureau of Statistics insider trading case have pleaded guilty to charges in the Melbourne Magistrates Court. by Eloise Keating and Andrew Sadauskas

Tuesday, 16 September 2014

25-year-old funds management company collapses

An Australian investment research, advice and funds management company founded in 1989 has collapsed. by Eloise Keating

ASIC warns businesses over foreign exchange scam

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has issued a warning over a foreign exchange scam which has been sucking in Australian businesses. by Cara Waters
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