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Behind the battle for iiNet: Rich Listers spark bidding war

Behind the battle for iiNet: Rich Listers spark bidding war

In a battle of the Rich List entrepreneurs, M2 Group founder Vaughan Bowen yesterday announced a bid for iiNet of $1.6 billion. By Cara Waters
Wicked Campers threatens to call in “moral monkey squad” and police on protesters as Lonely Planet dumps listing

Wicked Campers threatens to call in “moral monkey squad” and police on protesters as Lonely Planet dumps listing

The chief executive of Wicked Campers has hit back at campaigners who paint over Wicked Camper slogans following the latest Ad Standards Board ruling. By Cara Waters
York Hotels and OHG Holdings collapses into receivership

York Hotels and OHG Holdings collapses into receivership

A hospitality group that operates seven cafes in the Melbourne CBD and beach towns of Sorrento and Lorne is up for sale, after being placed in receivership. By Eloise Keating
Weight-loss company slams “Beach Body Ready” critics by calling them “fatties” and “terrorists”: How not to respond to customer feedback

Weight-loss company slams “Beach Body Ready” critics by calling them “fatties” and “terrorists”: How not to respond to customer feedback

A UK company that sells protein supplements to help its customers be “healthier, leaner, fitter and stronger” has hit out at its critics, labelling individuals who defaced its billboard as “terrorists”. By Eloise Keating
Worker who held broken glass to colleague’s throat loses unfair dismissal bid

Worker who held broken glass to colleague’s throat loses unfair dismissal bid

A mining site worker in the Pilbara who held a piece of broken glass to the throat of his co-worker has lost his unfair dismissal claim before the Fair Work Commission, By Kirsten Robb
David Murray warns Australia’s AAA rating is at risk: Is it really?

David Murray warns Australia’s AAA rating is at risk: Is it really?

Financial System Inquiry chair David Murray has warned Australia’s prized AAA credit rating is under threat but ANZ’s chief economist begs to differ. By Cameron Magusic
Why Richard Branson says your employees must be able to work from home

Why Richard Branson says your employees must be able to work from home

Not allowing your employees to work from home is “a mistake” that will have long-term consequences for your company, says Virgin founder Richard Branson. By Eloise Keating
Help – I’m too busy to train my new employees!

Help – I’m too busy to train my new employees!

Cutting corners with staff induction could come back to bite you. By Aunty B
Seven lessons from 2015’s Hot 30 Under 30

Seven lessons from 2015’s Hot 30 Under 30

There’s plenty to learn from the 2015 Hot 30 Under 30. This group of go-getters won’t take no for an answer and they’ve got energy and enthusiasm to burn. By Cara Waters
Why the economists keep misreading the real estate market: Terry Ryder

Why the economists keep misreading the real estate market: Terry Ryder

AMP’s chief economist Shane Oliver says “Australian property prices are over-valued” and that “rising house prices” are making Australian households vulnerable. Should we be concerned? By Terry Ryder
21-year-old entrepreneur raises $10,000 a day through crowdfunding

21-year-old entrepreneur raises $10,000 a day through crowdfunding

A 21-year-old entrepreneur from regional NSW has raised more than $80,000 on crowdfunding platform Indiegogo to develop a pair of wireless earphones. By Broede Carmody
Take a less personal view of personal brand

Take a less personal view of personal brand

When the brand rubber meets the road, a personal brand isn’t all that different to a business brand. By Michel Hogan
We need to talk: How to speak honestly in the workplace

We need to talk: How to speak honestly in the workplace

How honest should we be at work with our colleagues, senior management and clients? By Eve Ash
Apple’s profit up 33% to $17 billion following iPhone sales push

Apple’s profit up 33% to $17 billion following iPhone sales push

Continued demand for the iPhone 6 has pushed Apple’s quarterly profits up by 33% to $US13.57 billion ($A17.29 billion). By Kirsten Robb
Bitter pill: tablet sales fall 20% in Australia

Bitter pill: tablet sales fall 20% in Australia

The enthusiasm of Australians for tablets is slowing down, with sales of the devices reaching its peak in 2013, according to research released today from Telsyte. By Kirsten Robb
Bianca Rinehart accuses mother Gina of withholding information in bitter court battle; The Iconic puts drone delivery on the radar: Midday Roundup

Bianca Rinehart accuses mother Gina of withholding information in bitter court battle; The Iconic puts drone delivery on the radar: Midday Roundup

Bianca Rinehart, daughter of Australia’s richest woman Gina Rinehart, has accused her mother of withholding information in court, amidst their ongoing legal dispute in the Federal Court over the family’s finances. By Eloise Keating and Kirsten Robb
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