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Former Telstra boss says his $27 million salary was indefensible: How your SME can give employees more value

Former Telstra boss says his $27 million salary was indefensible: How your SME can give employees more value

Former Telstra chief executive David Thodey says businesses need to find "more creative ways" of sharing wealth with their employees. By Broede Carmody
Shark Tank judge Janine Allis: the key to success in business and life is how you think

Shark Tank judge Janine Allis: the key to success in business and life is how you think

The key to achieving business success and even happiness in life is changing your mindset, according to Boost Juice founder and Shark Tank judge Janine Allis. By Eloise Keating
“The point most of you dicks miss is...”: Small business owner grilled over “narcissistic” and “unprofessional” Facebook rant

“The point most of you dicks miss is...”: Small business owner grilled over “narcissistic” and “unprofessional” Facebook rant

A Kiwi chef has come under fire on social media after he took a customer’s private complaint and plastered it on his Facebook page. By Broede Carmody
Three entrepreneurs tell the one thing the Australian government should change about the country’s labour laws

Three entrepreneurs tell the one thing the Australian government should change about the country’s labour laws

The federal government should look closely at the current level of the minimum wage and how the benchmark is regulated, according to one entrepreneur. By Eloise Keating
E-commerce sales up 22% as Aussie shoppers jump online after work to spend their hard-earned cash

E-commerce sales up 22% as Aussie shoppers jump online after work to spend their hard-earned cash

Australia’s e-commerce sector continues to outpace bricks-and-mortar retail, according to research by online payments platform eWay. By Broede Carmody
Australian businesses offer helping hand to Nepal, with Brisbane software developer NetEngine leading the way

Australian businesses offer helping hand to Nepal, with Brisbane software developer NetEngine leading the way

A Brisbane software development company and outdoor retailer Kathmandu are among the Australian businesses helping the relief effort in Nepal. By Cameron Magusic
How Luke Jecks brought angel investing to Australia’s wine industry with $30 million platform Naked Wines

How Luke Jecks brought angel investing to Australia’s wine industry with $30 million platform Naked Wines

Luke Jecks says he distinctly remembers the moment he launched his crowdfunded winemaking platform Naked Wines in Australia in 2012. By Kirsten Robb
Competition debate must move beyond effects test battle

Competition debate must move beyond effects test battle

This week leaders of the world’s competition agencies are meeting in Sydney. Their agenda includes grappling with inconsistent tests for dealing with unacceptable market conduct by big business. By Russell Miller
Diversity is the most important word in property investment: Ryder

Diversity is the most important word in property investment: Ryder

Greenvale is a mining town 220 kilometres north-west of Townsville. Or it used to be. Once it had a population of 3,000. Today it barely exists. By Terry Ryder
The secret selling ingredient (Warning: may contain traces of nuts)

The secret selling ingredient (Warning: may contain traces of nuts)

Deeply passionate salespeople are easily aroused by their customers. When they win a new contract, so intense their elation a little bit of wee escapes! By Trent Leyshan
Seven crucial money lessons every parent must teach their child

Seven crucial money lessons every parent must teach their child

Given how important financial skills are to navigating life, here are a few important financial lessons you can teach your child. By Michael Yardney
AirTree Ventures goes glam with seed funding for online designer dress outfit GlamCorner

AirTree Ventures goes glam with seed funding for online designer dress outfit GlamCorner

GlamCorner, a Sydney-based online rental service for designer fashion, has raised seed funding from AirTree Ventures. By Kye White
What’s the most annoying question in the business world?

What’s the most annoying question in the business world?

It’s the most overused and sometimes the most annoying question in the business world. By Amanda Rose
Small business tax cut to be restricted to companies with $2 million turnover; MYOB raises $833 million in biggest float of the year: Midday Roundup

Small business tax cut to be restricted to companies with $2 million turnover; MYOB raises $833 million in biggest float of the year: Midday Roundup

The federal government’s slated 1.5% cut to the company tax rate will reportedly be restricted to companies with $2 million in annual turnover. By Eloise Keating and Broede Carmody
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
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