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What’s in Kogan’s pantry? Kogan takes on Coles and Woolies with online grocery service

What’s in Kogan’s pantry? Kogan takes on Coles and Woolies with online grocery service

Kogan has continued its expansion away from its consumer electronics base, revealing it will take on Coles and Woolworths in the supermarket wars. By Kirsten Robb
Queensland voters head to the polls: What the election will mean for your SME

Queensland voters head to the polls: What the election will mean for your SME

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland has said SMEs will be better off under the incumbent Newman government, rather than the Annastacia Palaszczuk-led Labor Party. By Kirsten Robb
Logistics business with $75 million in turnover collapses

Logistics business with $75 million in turnover collapses

One of Queensland’s largest logistics businesses, Keeforce Group, is for sale after collapsing into voluntary administration earlier this week. By Eloise Keating
Crocmedia bitten by $24,000 fine for “exploitative” treatment of interns

Crocmedia bitten by $24,000 fine for “exploitative” treatment of interns

Media company Crocmedia, owned by well-known journalist and businessman Craig Hutchison, has been fined $24,000 over the “exploitative” treatment of two of its interns. By Kirsten Robb
Capilano Honey sweetens market position with acquisition of Victorian producer Chandler Honey

Capilano Honey sweetens market position with acquisition of Victorian producer Chandler Honey

Australian honey maker Capilano Honey will seek to bolster its position in the local market, following the acquisition of Victorian business Chandler Honey. By Eloise Keating
How long does it take for a web page to die? PC gone mad and the source of Tony Abbott’s woes: Best of the Web

How long does it take for a web page to die? PC gone mad and the source of Tony Abbott’s woes: Best of the Web

In The New Yorker, Jill Lepore explores efforts to archive the internet. And preserve all of that history from being lost. By Kye White
ATO attempts to freeze Nudie Juice sale proceeds; Sanitarium to take Up&Go liquid breakfasts to the UK: Midday Roundup

ATO attempts to freeze Nudie Juice sale proceeds; Sanitarium to take Up&Go liquid breakfasts to the UK: Midday Roundup

The Australian Tax Office has made an attempt to freeze the proceeds of the sale of Nudie Juice to Philippines food giant Monde Nissin, according to The Australian. By Kirsten Robb and Eloise Keating
Rate cut won't reignite property market: John Symond

Rate cut won't reignite property market: John Symond

Another quarter or half percent interest rate cut won't make the property market hotter, John Symond thinks. By Jonathan Chancellor
How simple housekeeping can help to close a capital raise

How simple housekeeping can help to close a capital raise

I often come across entrepreneurs who think that written agreements are unnecessary in the early stages of their business. Here's what they should be doing. By Clare Hallam
Just the ticket: How Oliver Hinton went from high-profile sales exec to the founder of $3 million startup Ticketebo

Just the ticket: How Oliver Hinton went from high-profile sales exec to the founder of $3 million startup Ticketebo

Ticketebo founder Oliver Hinton on why sales are still a big part of his life as an entrepreneur and his plans to take his startup global. By Kirsten Robb
February and March mark the end for many businesses – don’t get caught out

February and March mark the end for many businesses – don’t get caught out

While the end-of-year holiday season can bring trips, gifts, vacations and all-round relaxation for many, it can also affect the cash flow of your business come February and March. By Colin Porter
What to expect from Australian property markets in 2015

What to expect from Australian property markets in 2015

Last year was a great year for many property investors. But what does 2015 hold for investors? By Michael Yardney
Google search ranking tips for online commerce: SEO Video

Google search ranking tips for online commerce: SEO Video

Following these three fundamentals can allow you to double traffic to your online shopping site in 12 months. By Jim Stewart
Google’s revenue jumps 19% in 2014

Google’s revenue jumps 19% in 2014

Google released its fourth quarter and fiscal year 2014 results this morning, with full-year revenue in 2014 totalling $US66 billion ($A84.9 billion), up 19% year-on year. By Kye White
Help! I think my colleague stole my water bottle

Help! I think my colleague stole my water bottle

You certainly have a conundrum on your hands. Taking someone else’s property is clearly a no-no but what if you accuse a colleague of something they didn’t actually do and it backfires? By Aunty B
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