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Knifepoint robbery, customer brawls and 145 parking fines: Adelaide gets its first Krispy Kreme store

Knifepoint robbery, customer brawls and 145 parking fines: Adelaide gets its first Krispy Kreme store

The opening of Adelaide’s first Krispy Kreme store has resulted in frenzied scenes. By Cara Waters
Fair Work finds employer made up fraud in ‘attempt to rewrite history’

Fair Work finds employer made up fraud in ‘attempt to rewrite history’

The Fair Work Commission has found a worker who was accused of fraud and dishonesty in relation to a WorkCover claim was unfairly dismissed from the company he worked at for more than 20 years. By Eloise Keating
Energy services provider with more than 50 employees collapses

Energy services provider with more than 50 employees collapses

The alternative energy industry in Australia has been dealt another blow, with the collapse of a company dedicated to helping households and businesses save on energy costs. By Eloise Keating
Australia’s top money-making hotspots revealed

Australia’s top money-making hotspots revealed

It may be a wide brown land, but 80% of the dollar value of all goods and services in Australia is generated on just 0.2% of the nation’s land mass according to a study released this week. By Kirsten Robb
How to win the digital minds of tomorrow’s consumer

How to win the digital minds of tomorrow’s consumer

The future is digital according to global futurist and innovation strategist Anders Sorman-Nilsson. By Cara Waters
Apple tentatively planning to announce iPhone 6 in September

Apple tentatively planning to announce iPhone 6 in September

Apple is looking to launch the next version of the iPhone during a keynote address in mid-September, according to reports. By Andrew Sadauskas
Terry Ryder's 20 reasons the country's property boom isn't over

Terry Ryder's 20 reasons the country's property boom isn't over

Here are the 20 reasons Terry Ryder doesn't believe Australia is in the grips of a housing bubble. By Jessie Richardson
Mortgage rates slashed to record lows

Mortgage rates slashed to record lows

Australia’s big banks have cut their rates to the lowest ever levels for fixed-rate home loans. By Cara Waters
Where the streams meet: Netflix eyes off Aussie competitor Quickflix

Where the streams meet: Netflix eyes off Aussie competitor Quickflix

The state of the streaming market in Australia may be about to face another shake up, as US giant Netflix reportedly eyes off Australia’s biggest player, Quickflix. By Kirsten Robb
Apple and IBM versus Microsoft’s new cloud strategy, and what it means for your business: Control Shift

Apple and IBM versus Microsoft’s new cloud strategy, and what it means for your business: Control Shift

Recently, Apple made headlines by signing a major partnership with IT giant IBM. Here's what it means for your business. By Andrew Sadauskas
Facebook stock hits record high as revenue climbs to $3 billion

Facebook stock hits record high as revenue climbs to $3 billion

Any cries from Facebook naysayers that the social network is ‘dead’ or ‘dying’ will fall on the deaf ears of its shareholders today, as they bask in a record high stock price off the back of the company’s most recent earnings report. By Kirsten Robb
Mid-market businesses expect revenue to increase in next five years: study

Mid-market businesses expect revenue to increase in next five years: study

More than 70% of medium-sized Australian businesses expect their business revenue to increase over the next five years, according to research published this week by Bankwest. By Eloise Keating
Twitter the latest tech company to admit it has a diversity problem: Just 10% of its tech employees are women

Twitter the latest tech company to admit it has a diversity problem: Just 10% of its tech employees are women

Social media giant Twitter is the latest in a string of Silicon Valley tech giants, including LinkedIn and Google, to admit it has a problem with gender and ethnic diversity. By Andrew Sadauskas
It’s berry white: BlackBerry announces white Passport, cloud-hosted BES10 MDM platform

It’s berry white: BlackBerry announces white Passport, cloud-hosted BES10 MDM platform

BlackBerry has announced it is releasing its BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 mobile device platform and has also shown off a white version of its forthcoming Passport phablet. By Andrew Sadauskas
How the internet was a big reset button for business

How the internet was a big reset button for business

In the age of the web, business is like a petri dish says internet pioneer and Cluetrain Manifesto author Doc Searls. By Paul Wallbank
The good push guide: The who, when, what and why of using ‘push alerts’

The good push guide: The who, when, what and why of using ‘push alerts’

Push notifications on a mobile app are a highly effective marketing tool. However, you need to be judicious when you use them. By Dennis Benjamin
What is Microsoft up to over the next year?

What is Microsoft up to over the next year?

Here’s a first-hand account of what happened at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC). By David Markus
Insolvencies drop 19%; Woolies told to stop using the word ‘banking’: Midday Roundup

Insolvencies drop 19%; Woolies told to stop using the word ‘banking’: Midday Roundup

The number of companies collapsing in Australia has fallen by 19% since the start of the financial year. By Kirsten Robb and Eloise Keating
Young entrepreneur to launch a startup that helps you get tasks done in less than four hours

Young entrepreneur to launch a startup that helps you get tasks done in less than four hours

Speedlancer is a new platform that will allow users to outsource miscellaneous tasks to experienced freelancers. But there’s a catch – projects will be finished within four hours of a “Speedlancer” accepting the task. By Broede Carmody
Five ways to get successful on LinkedIn

Five ways to get successful on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is currently growing at a rate of two new members per minute. It's a powerful and increasingly populated platform for professionals. But how can you make the most of it? By Georgina Dent
Help! My cousin wants a part-time job at MY business!

Help! My cousin wants a part-time job at MY business!

As my regular readers will attest, I’m a firm believer in not hiring friends or family. By Aunty B
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