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BRW Rich List revealed: tech stars cement their places but should Gina still be on top?

BRW Rich List revealed: tech stars cement their places but should Gina still be on top?

Tech entrepreneurs are now a regular feature on the annual BRW Rich List, but this year’s instalment of the who’s who of wealthy Australians also shows traditional industries are still highly lucrative. By Eloise Keating
Shark Tank judge Naomi Simson’s four ways to improve your chances of business success

Shark Tank judge Naomi Simson’s four ways to improve your chances of business success

Naomi Simson says entrepreneurs need courage as well as a good dash of humour if they are to succeed in the business world. By Broede Carmody
Family feud: Gina Rinehart loses control of $5 billion family trust to children

Family feud: Gina Rinehart loses control of $5 billion family trust to children

Australia’s richest person, Gina Rinehart, has lost her long-running legal battle with her children over control of the family trust set up by her late father, mining magnate Lang Hancock. By Kirsten Robb
Fitbit accused of “systematically plundering” competitor Jawbone’s staff to steal trade secrets

Fitbit accused of “systematically plundering” competitor Jawbone’s staff to steal trade secrets

Health tracking company Fitbit has been accused of “systematically plundering” employees from a rival business in order to access trade secrets and intellectual property. By Broede Carmody
Six lessons from the 2015 BRW Rich List

Six lessons from the 2015 BRW Rich List

The annual BRW Rich List is a treasure trove of success stories and inspiration for budding entrepreneurs. By Eloise Keating
Aussie juice company squeezed by competition watchdog over “freshest quality” claims

Aussie juice company squeezed by competition watchdog over “freshest quality” claims

An Australian juice manufacturer and a supermarket supplying its products have been slapped on the wrist by the competition watchdog for allegedly misleading consumers with false advertising. By Broede Carmody
Worker who claimed genital pain was irritated by workplace bullying loses compensation claim

Worker who claimed genital pain was irritated by workplace bullying loses compensation claim

An admin officer for the Tasmanian police who claimed her pre-existing genital pain was aggravated by “aggressive and bullying behaviour from another worker” has lost her claim for worker’s compensation. By Kirsten Robb
Niche guys: Madman launches streaming service and faithful Facebook following crashes site with support

Niche guys: Madman launches streaming service and faithful Facebook following crashes site with support

Australian film distributor Madman Entertainment has launched its own subscription video on demand (SVOD) streaming service but says it is not looking to take on US giant Netflix for a slice of the Australian streaming pie. By Kirsten Robb
Eight steps to stamp out unconscious bullying in your workplace

Eight steps to stamp out unconscious bullying in your workplace

Have you met or managed someone who behaves badly and yet seems oblivious to the consequences of their actions? By Karen Gately
Divine wine: How a love of vino helped Winephoria founder Suzi Devine build a $5 million business

Divine wine: How a love of vino helped Winephoria founder Suzi Devine build a $5 million business

Winephoria founder Suzi Devine on why she thinks some people take wine too seriously and how being an entrepreneur means always challenging the status quo. By Kirsten Robb
Better in the bank than on Brisbane inner-city apartments: Terry Ryder

Better in the bank than on Brisbane inner-city apartments: Terry Ryder

It’s sadly typical of real estate investment that the most popular places for buyers are also the worst places to buy. By Terry Ryder
Ingogo valued at $100 million after the biggest ever Australian equity crowdfunding raise

Ingogo valued at $100 million after the biggest ever Australian equity crowdfunding raise

Mobile payments and transportation network startup Ingogo has raised $12 million in a Series C funding round that values the company at close to $100 million. By Kye White
Why smart connecting can turn your business around

Why smart connecting can turn your business around

Are you just collecting LinkedIn connections for the sake of it or are you connecting in a strategic way? By Amanda Rose
SEO tips for a wedding planner: Video

SEO tips for a wedding planner: Video

I had a bunch of sites to choose from last week for the SEO audit. I thought I’d do another this week to show some other techniques that may help. By Jim Stewart
Google unveils one-touch Android Pay

Google unveils one-touch Android Pay

Google has unveiled Android Pay, a feature that enables Android phone users to pay for purchases in apps or in store with the tap of a button. By Kye White
SME accounting platform Sage One launches Down Under

SME accounting platform Sage One launches Down Under

Sage One, an online accounting application for small businesses, has launched in Australia. By Kye White
Greens to strike deal on fuel tax; Myer cuts 80 jobs from head office: Midday Roundup

Greens to strike deal on fuel tax; Myer cuts 80 jobs from head office: Midday Roundup

The Australian Greens will back the federal government’s bid to increase the petrol tax as long as some of the revenue is funnelled into public transport. By Broede Carmody
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