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“Piss up” ad offends some but ad watchdog delivers sober judgment

“Piss up” ad offends some but ad watchdog delivers sober judgment

A NSW government ad using the term “piss up” has drawn complaints from viewers, but the advertising watchdog has dismissed the objections, finding the term was used colloquially. By Kirsten Robb
What we can learn from accountants about innovation

What we can learn from accountants about innovation

When I was young, you thought of an accounting firm in one dimension – they just did your accounts, right? Well, take note: accountants are now leading the way. By Dennis Benjamin
PR lessons from Uber

PR lessons from Uber

Uber has made a lot of mistakes in its latest PR mishap, what can other businesses learn from them? By Paul Wallbank
Google is boosting mobile-ready websites: SEO Video

Google is boosting mobile-ready websites: SEO Video

It the past six weeks there has been a flurry of activity around mobile search results, suggesting a ranking signal change is on it’s way. By Jim Stewart
Lessons in viral sensations: #AlexFromTarget

Lessons in viral sensations: #AlexFromTarget

So what precisely is this #AlexFromTarget that has recently trended internationally on Twitter? By Fi Bendall
What to do when your biggest friend is also a foe – a lesson from Mozilla: Control Shift

What to do when your biggest friend is also a foe – a lesson from Mozilla: Control Shift

Mozilla's choice of Yahoo! over Google is a case study for what to do if your biggest customer becomes a competitor. By Andrew Sadauskas
Why writing a novel is still not a job for artificial intelligence: Best of the Web

Why writing a novel is still not a job for artificial intelligence: Best of the Web

While mechanisation has historically been limited to repetitive blue-collar jobs, some have suggested that traditionally middle class creative jobs could be next. By Andrew Sadauskas
Jordan King, APAC business development director for Vend: My Best Tech

Jordan King, APAC business development director for Vend: My Best Tech

Jordan King’s favourite piece of tech helps him to keep his information secure without the headache of remembering long passwords. By Andrew Sadauskas
Microsoft Nokia Lumia 530 Australian video review: Gadget Watch

Microsoft Nokia Lumia 530 Australian video review: Gadget Watch

Can a decent Windows Phone be had on a budget? It’s time to find out in this video review. By Andrew Sadauskas
Will Microsoft be the biggest communications company in the world?

Will Microsoft be the biggest communications company in the world?

Recently, we have seen quite a few things coming out of Microsoft indicating the direction the tech giant will be heading, and in my view, some of the news has been inevitable. By David Markus
Digital marketing checklist for manufacturers and wholesalers (revisited)

Digital marketing checklist for manufacturers and wholesalers (revisited)

Ten digital marketing factors manufacturers and wholesalers need to be across. By Craig Reardon
Godfreys launches $78 million IPO in bid to continue cleaning up vacuum cleaner market

Godfreys launches $78 million IPO in bid to continue cleaning up vacuum cleaner market

Godfreys is hoping the mums and dads who have purchased vacuum cleaners from its stores for the past 80 years will also pick up shares in the iconic retailer when it debuts on the ASX. By Eloise Keating
Liquidator in court over claims he defrauded business of $90,000

Liquidator in court over claims he defrauded business of $90,000

A former liquidator appeared before the Downing Centre Local Court in NSW yesterday accused of obtaining $90,000 by deception. By Andrew Sadauskas
COSBOA names new chair and deputy chair; GWA Group sells Dux Hot Water for $46 million: Midday Roundup

COSBOA names new chair and deputy chair; GWA Group sells Dux Hot Water for $46 million: Midday Roundup

The Council of Small Business of Australia has appointed Paul Paul Nielson as chair and Teresa Mitchell as deputy chair in an overhaul of its board. By Andrew Sadauskas and Kirsten Robb
Phillip Di Bella sells to Retail Food Group for $47 million

Phillip Di Bella sells to Retail Food Group for $47 million

Brisbane entrepreneur Phillip Di Bella sealed a $47 million deal yesterday to sell his coffee business, Di Bella Coffee. By Cara Waters
Salon chain director pleads guilty to two charges after $2.6 million goes missing from collapsed company

Salon chain director pleads guilty to two charges after $2.6 million goes missing from collapsed company

The director of beauty chain Ella Rouge Beauty has pleaded guilty to two charges following allegations he misappropriated more than $2.6 million from a company that has subsequently collapsed. By Andrew Sadauskas
Travel entrepreneur sets up $10 million entrepreneurship institute at Melbourne Uni college

Travel entrepreneur sets up $10 million entrepreneurship institute at Melbourne Uni college

Is entrepreneurship something that can be taught? Travel entrepreneur Peter Wade thinks so and he is willing to put his money where his mouth is. By Eloise Keating
I think my colleagues are having an affair – should I tell my boss?

I think my colleagues are having an affair – should I tell my boss?

I’m going to lay it out for you: you really should mind your own business. By Aunty B
Tony Abbott accused of buying Facebook likes in India: should your business do the same?

Tony Abbott accused of buying Facebook likes in India: should your business do the same?

Tony Abbott appears to have been sprung buying Facebook likes in India. By Cara Waters
Money minus: Payday lender hit with $42,500 fine

Money minus: Payday lender hit with $42,500 fine

A Perth-based payday lender has paid a $42,500 fine to ASIC for failing to gather required account statements from consumers. By Andrew Sadauskas
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