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Malcolm Turnbull introduces mandatory data retention scheme

Malcolm Turnbull introduces mandatory data retention scheme

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has today introduced controversial laws that would require telecommunication services to keep customer data …

Government dodges Senate to increase fuel excise

Government dodges Senate to increase fuel excise

The Abbott government has bypassed upper-house approval to reintroduce the twice yearly indexation of fuel excise -- a measure frozen by the Howard …

Know your competition: Learn from their mistakes

Know your competition: Learn from their mistakes

Unless your business is the final petrol station before the Nullarbor Plain, you've got competition. And regardless of how seamless you think your …

SMBs wasting $608 million per year on paper

SMBs wasting $608 million per year on paper

A new survey has shown that despite the rise in the use of technology, Australian SMBs are collectively spending an estimated $608 million on paper a …

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Upcoming conference promoting ethical enterprises

Upcoming conference promoting ethical enterprises

The Ethical Enterprise Conference 2014 will take place in Melbourne this November, aiming to ignite passion for ethical enterprise and to help entrepreneurs embark on conscious and profitable business ventures.

How businesses can benefit from data discovery

How businesses can benefit from data discovery

A new mobile software platform launched this week has found a way to discern critical patterns and trends inside a business by analysing complex data and presenting it simply and clearly.

Know your competition: Learn from their mistakes

Know your competition: Learn from their mistakes

Unless your business is the final petrol station before the Nullarbor Plain, you've got competition. And regardless of how seamless you think your product range, service offering, and customer service to be – we're all human, and you ARE making mistakes.

Start-up confidence down despite rise in revenue

Start-up confidence down despite rise in revenue

The Australian start-up sector is experience a rise in revenue, yet the outlook for revenue growth is significantly lower than the same period last year.

Push to help local food producers win more government tenders

Push to help local food producers win more government tenders

Smaller Australian food producers would benefit if government institutions, including schools and hospitals, bought locally when sourcing their food instead of favouring international suppliers.

Protecting your business from lawsuits

Protecting your business from lawsuits

For small and even some medium-sized businesses, having to pay indemnification worth a few hundred thousand dollars almost always leads to instant insolvency, followed by bankruptcy and ultimately, termination.

Pointless workplace meetings a productivity drain

Pointless workplace meetings a productivity drain

A new study has found the number of workplace meetings is rapidly on the rise, taking up increasing amounts of time, reducing productivity and largely seen by employees to provide valueless outcomes.


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