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RBA keeps interest rates on hold

RBA keeps interest rates on hold

The Reserve Bank of Australia has kept the official cash rate on hold this month. By Jessie Richardson
Small business left to foot the bill while big business settles with ATO: Inspector-General of Taxation report

Small business left to foot the bill while big business settles with ATO: Inspector-General of Taxation report

The Australian Taxation Office is more likely to listen to tax disputes with big businesses and leave small businesses to foot their full tax bill, according to a report released yesterday by the Inspector-General of Taxation, Ali Noroozi. By Kirsten Robb
Verne Harnish: The three barriers to growing your business – and how to overcome them

Verne Harnish: The three barriers to growing your business – and how to overcome them

Developing a routine is the key to overcoming the barriers that stand in the way of entrepreneurs growing their businesses, acclaimed speaker and author Verne Harnish told SmartCompany. By Eloise Keating
Qantas pilot who groped female crew member’s breasts while drunk loses unfair dismissal

Qantas pilot who groped female crew member’s breasts while drunk loses unfair dismissal

A Qantas pilot who massaged the breast of a female co-worker while intoxicated has lost his unfair dismissal bid in the Fair Work Commission. By Kirsten Robb
Australia’s first ever complaint about an ad: 40 years of advertising self-regulation

Australia’s first ever complaint about an ad: 40 years of advertising self-regulation

The first ad officially complained about to the Advertising Standards Council was a juicy one. By Eloise Keating
Mobile World Congress 2015: Seven big news stories from day one

Mobile World Congress 2015: Seven big news stories from day one

The Mobile World Congress trade show has kicked off in Barcelona, with major announcements from tech giants including Samsung, HTC, Microsoft, BlackBerry and Lenovo. By Andrew Sadauskas
Eight things you didn’t know about new Myer chief executive Richard Umbers

Eight things you didn’t know about new Myer chief executive Richard Umbers

Richard Umbers was catapulted into the top retail job in Australia yesterday with his appointment as chief executive of Myer. Here’s a list of eight things you didn’t know about him. By Cara Waters
Paris v Kim: ASX-listed games company takes on Kim Kardashian scoring deal with Paris Hilton

Paris v Kim: ASX-listed games company takes on Kim Kardashian scoring deal with Paris Hilton

A Hong Kong-based ASX-listed company is planning to take on the internet’s biggest name, Kim Kardashian, with a rival celebrity mobile phone game. By Kirsten Robb
NBL team goes into administration

NBL team goes into administration

National Basketball League team the Wollongong Hawks entered into administration today. By Cara Waters
Will interest rates fall again today?

Will interest rates fall again today?

Today the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will host its March board meeting, with the outcome seemingly hanging in the balance. By Pete Wargent
iiNet in trouble for a second time: Coughs up $204,000 over naked internet pricing claims

iiNet in trouble for a second time: Coughs up $204,000 over naked internet pricing claims

iiNet has paid penalties of $204,000 after being slapped with two infringement notices by the competition watchdog over advertisements for its Naked Broadband 250GB Plan. By Cara Waters
Five critical team-building strategies for entrepreneurs

Five critical team-building strategies for entrepreneurs

Recruiting the right people and generating the right culture are essential parts of creating a successful company. Here are five critical team-building strategies for your business. By Sharon Zeev Poole
SMEs look for other ways to gear business premises

SMEs look for other ways to gear business premises

There is some speculation that the borrowing rules for SMSFs could significantly ahead of the May budget, with big implications for all businesses that use recourse borrowing arrangements to acquire or gear their business premises. By Michael Laurence
Should I go on Shark Tank to save my business dream?

Should I go on Shark Tank to save my business dream?

I’m a keen Shark Tank viewer as well but more in the sort of way that people are drawn to staring at a car crash even when they know they shouldn’t. By Aunty B
What could a million women do? How Jo Burston is inspiring women in business

What could a million women do? How Jo Burston is inspiring women in business

When Jo Burston was growing up, she had no exposure to entrepreneurship. She had never met any businesspeople and she was never told that she could start her own business one day. By Lucia Osborne-Crowley
Gender inequality traps to avoid at work

Gender inequality traps to avoid at work

Gender inequality behaviours continue to flourish in the workplace. By Eve Ash
The future is more predictable than you think: Five trends that will disrupt your business

The future is more predictable than you think: Five trends that will disrupt your business

Disruption needn’t come out of the blue – there are ways to predict the changes that could affect your business in the future. Here are some trends worth incorporating into your business roadmap. By Kate Eriksson
A set of values is more than a poster on a wall

A set of values is more than a poster on a wall

Do you have one set of values on a poster on the wall and another set of values that are the way people actually behave? It’s more common than you might think. By Michel Hogan
Netflix to launch in Australia on March 24; Metcash and Aldi sign grocery code, Woolies and Coles think it over: Midday Roundup

Netflix to launch in Australia on March 24; Metcash and Aldi sign grocery code, Woolies and Coles think it over: Midday Roundup

The much-anticipated launch of video-streaming service Netflix has been announced for March 24. By Kirsten Robb and Cara Waters
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