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Pie Face plunges into administration

Pie Face plunges into administration

Australian food franchise Pie Face has collapsed into voluntary administration. By Eloise Keating
Standing up to the problem of sitting down: The standing desk revolution

Standing up to the problem of sitting down: The standing desk revolution

In today’s health-conscious society, we are constantly looking for new ways to increase our productivity, life expectancy, and general wellbeing. Could the answer be as simple as throwing away the office chair? By Adam Anticaglia
Two dentists score $100 million payday in Pacific Smiles IPO

Two dentists score $100 million payday in Pacific Smiles IPO

It was smiles all round at Pacific Smiles today after the dental company’s debut on the Australian Securities Exchange on Friday. By Cara Waters
Bonsoy to settle $25 million class action over “dangerous” soy milk

Bonsoy to settle $25 million class action over “dangerous” soy milk

Hundreds of soy milk drinkers are expected to share in $25 million in compensation, in what could be the biggest settlement in Australian food safety class action history. By Eloise Keating
Three motivation secrets from cycling champ Cadel Evans

Three motivation secrets from cycling champ Cadel Evans

Don’t be afraid of the obstacles your career throws at you, says Australian cycling superstar Cadel Evans. By Eloise Keating
Fast Lane: My morning addiction

Fast Lane: My morning addiction

Smart companies are doing all they can to capitalise on the addictive nature of smartphones. By Cara Waters
Marketing trends that will rock 2015

Marketing trends that will rock 2015

Here are the fundamental ingredients for a brand to be successful in 2015, according to leading Australian marketers and communicators. By Jackie Crossman
Don’t be fooled! Why telephone prospecting is still critical to sales success

Don’t be fooled! Why telephone prospecting is still critical to sales success

You still need to get on the phone and engage the people in your market places that you want and need to get in front of and sell to. By Sue Barrett
Government report identifies six disruptive tech trends to watch

Government report identifies six disruptive tech trends to watch

Mobile messaging apps such as Whatsapp are killing traditional text messages while multi-screening is going mainstream, according to an Australian Communications and Media Authority. By Andrew Sadauskas
The problem isn’t what or why but how

The problem isn’t what or why but how

The surprising thing when it comes to our lifestyle habits is that it's not what we should do or why we should do it that's the problem, it's how. By Bri Williams
Help! My office is shutting down for Christmas

Help! My office is shutting down for Christmas

There's no need to be a Grinch about Christmas break. By Aunty B
Negative gearing merely scratches the surface of Australia’s inequitable tax system

Negative gearing merely scratches the surface of Australia’s inequitable tax system

Of all the policies employed by the government to exacerbate Australia’s housing affordability crisis, our inequitable tax system, which includes negative gearing, is top of the list. By Catherine Cashmore
Jolla tablet to be available in Australia

Jolla tablet to be available in Australia

Jolla has added Australia and Canada to the list of countries it will ship its forthcoming tablet to, as the Finnish smartphone startup continues its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. By Andrew Sadauskas
Gartner predicts wearables market could shrink next year, despite Apple Watch release

Gartner predicts wearables market could shrink next year, despite Apple Watch release

Samsung and Motorola have claimed top positions in the smartwatch market, while the overall wearables market could shrink next year, according to two reports released in the past week by Canalys and Gartner. By Andrew Sadauskas
Massive layoffs coming at Samsung: One third of jobs in its IT and mobile division set to go

Massive layoffs coming at Samsung: One third of jobs in its IT and mobile division set to go

Samsung Electronics is reportedly looking to slash around one-in-three jobs in its IT and mobile division, following a disastrous 59.65% collapse in its third-quarter profits. By Andrew Sadauskas
Lambie quits Palmer United Party; Medibank IPO nets $5.6 billion for the government: Midday Roundup

Lambie quits Palmer United Party; Medibank IPO nets $5.6 billion for the government: Midday Roundup

Senator Jackie Lambie has broken ties with mining-magnate-turned-politician Clive Palmer this morning by resigning from the Palmer United Party. By Eloise Keating
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