Startup Analysis, Technology, Transport & Logistics
Uberisation is not an unstoppable force, however, it is fostering the apparent normalisation of all forms of precarious and insecure work.
The rollout of 5G isn't just about speed. It’ll cut the time it takes for signals to start travelling, which is critical for the Internet of Things.
Westpac is accused of breaching the law 23 million times, highlighting the likelihood members of corporate Australia are still behaving badly.
McDonald’s recently announced it was terminating the employment of chief executive officer Steve Easterbrook because he “demonstrated poor judgment”.
As Australia continues to experience devastating bushfires, now's the time to harness new technological tools to help prevent future disaster.
The fact is, most wannabe YouTube influencers have as much a chance of walking on the moon as they do of emulating Ryan Kaji.
Should we believe headlines claiming nearly half of all jobs will be lost to robots and artificial intelligence? We think not.
Startup Analysis, Technology
A major difficulty with 'monolithic' e-health systems is that a single design team is attempting to solve an incredibly broad set of complex problems.
The average Woolworths supermarket stocks more than 20,000 different products, yet the company has had problems tracking employee entitlements.
Morrison's drought relief package is a quick fix to a political problem that fails to consider the emerging economics of drought.