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Relax the tax: Billson says SMEs to benefit from reformed share scheme

Relax the tax: Billson says SMEs to benefit from reformed share scheme

The federal government has indicated it will relax the tax burden of the current employee share scheme, targeting SME employees who own shares in the company they work for. By Kirsten Robb
Out of Tune: online petition over Ultra Tune ad gets support from franchisees

Out of Tune: online petition over Ultra Tune ad gets support from franchisees

Ultra Tune is the latest company to come under fire from an activist group over the sexualised nature of its ad campaigns. By Kirsten Robb
Young Aussie entrepreneur wins nod of approval from Richard Branson and Steve Wozniak for airport meet-up app

Young Aussie entrepreneur wins nod of approval from Richard Branson and Steve Wozniak for airport meet-up app

A young Australian entrepreneur is looking to revolutionise the airport experience with a social media app that has caught the eye of Richard Branson and Steve Wozniak. By Broede Carmody
Pearl company charged two years after diver died on their second day on the job

Pearl company charged two years after diver died on their second day on the job

A Western Australian pearl company has been charged by Worksafe with one count of failing to provide and maintain a safe working environment, two years after the death of one of its divers. By Kirsten Robb
Restaurants and cafes bear the cost of credit card PIN switch-over, but retailers welcome the change

Restaurants and cafes bear the cost of credit card PIN switch-over, but retailers welcome the change

Signing for your credit card purchase is no longer an option in Australia, with the switch to PIN-only purchases being ushered in today. By Eloise Keating
The payment solutions designed to ease the credit card signature-to-PIN switch for SMEs

The payment solutions designed to ease the credit card signature-to-PIN switch for SMEs

A host of new technologies have arrived to help SMEs make the switch to PIN, as the signature becomes a thing of the past in purchase verification for credit cards. By Jesse Hill
Government domain name snapped up for $30,000 by private company in digital asset blunder

Government domain name snapped up for $30,000 by private company in digital asset blunder

The Australian government has allowed its ownership of a prized domain name to expire and be snapped up by a private company. By Broede Carmody
The billionaire that gives back: Andrew Forrest’s four biggest donations

The billionaire that gives back: Andrew Forrest’s four biggest donations

Andrew Forrest has made his billions in mining resources from Australia’s fertile lands, but the Rich Lister also believes in the power of giving back. By Broede Carmody
Best of the Web: Birthdays via the Internet of Things; the children of the valley; and the history of autocorrect

Best of the Web: Birthdays via the Internet of Things; the children of the valley; and the history of autocorrect

Do numerous Facebook birthday messages from people in your extended circles mean anything to you? What about those ones from companies? By Bronwen Clune
Importer of hair care products found to have misled consumers; Aussie app economy booming; Midday Roundup

Importer of hair care products found to have misled consumers; Aussie app economy booming; Midday Roundup

An importer of hair care products has been found by the Federal Court to have made false and misleading representations about one of its hair straightening products. By Broede Carmody and Kirsten Robb
Melbourne startup develops water-repellent clothing

Melbourne startup develops water-repellent clothing

A Melbourne-based startup is harnessing the power of nanotechnology in order to make water-repellent clothing. By Broede Carmody
The five mistakes every first time property investor should avoid

The five mistakes every first time property investor should avoid

Helpful advice to ensure first time property investors aren't left with a feeling of regret. By FRANK VALENTIC
Diary of an entrepreneur: How Sam Chandler founded Nitro, a $30 million tech sensation

Diary of an entrepreneur: How Sam Chandler founded Nitro, a $30 million tech sensation

Nitro founder Sam Chandler on how he showed an entrepreneurial bent from a young age and Australia's opportunity to be one of the world’s startup capitals. By Cara Waters
A Lidl bit of grocery competition could cause a Coles rethink

A Lidl bit of grocery competition could cause a Coles rethink

Australian shoppers have inadvertently invited global discount grocers to our shores by demonstrating their readiness to adopt private labels. By Gary Mortimer
How to build an online profile that leads to new opportunities

How to build an online profile that leads to new opportunities

What’s the first thing you do when you meet someone new? You search for them online. By Catriona Pollard
Look what’s happening to Australia’s population

Look what’s happening to Australia’s population

Australia's population growth is one of the underlying factors in the continued health of property as an investment. By Michael Yardney
Networking from the CEO mindset

Networking from the CEO mindset

Chief executive officers are masters of networking; typically their inner circle includes industry analysts, journalists, investors, clients, colleagues and business confidants. By Amanda Rose
eBay joins tech giants in admitting it has work to do on diversity

eBay joins tech giants in admitting it has work to do on diversity

eBay has joined LinkedIn, Google, and Twitter in admitting when it comes to the diversity of its workforce, it has a lot of work to do. By Kye White
LinkedIn beats expectations with 47% jump in revenue

LinkedIn beats expectations with 47% jump in revenue

LinkedIn has announced its second quarter results, which beat analysts’ expectations, posting $US534 million ($A574 million) in revenue, an increase of 47% compared to $US364 million in the second quarter of 2013. By Kye White
Help! Our “fun” company culture is getting out of hand

Help! Our “fun” company culture is getting out of hand

For the past 12 months I have been trying to improve the culture at my company but now I’m worried that things are getting out of hand. By Aunty B
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