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What every business owner needs to know about data breaches

What every business owner needs to know about data breaches

If you’re a business owner or manager it’s likely the flux of high-profile intrusions over the last few years has you feeling a tad nervous. And …

Business events: just be cool

Business events: just be cool

You've got to get to the (succinct) point quickly, have kits of info ready to go for those who want to take it with them, and then... nothing.

RBA leaves cash rate unchanged

RBA leaves cash rate unchanged

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has left the cash rate unchanged at 2.25 per cent, while suggesting “further easing of policy” may be needed …

Samsung Galaxy S6 revealed: Metal, big power, and wireless charging

Samsung Galaxy S6 revealed: Metal, big power, and wireless charging

Samsung has finally unveiled their Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, revealing redesigned …

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Lessons learned: Aussie SMBs on what it takes to succeed

Lessons learned: Aussie SMBs on what it takes to succeed

Of those surveyed, more than half (58 per cent) said they wished they had done some things differently to set up their business, and for millennial business owners that figure rose to 70 per cent.

Bakers Delight stores underpay almost $40,000

Bakers Delight stores underpay almost $40,000

26 Bakers Delight employees have been reimbursed almost $40,000, following an investigation by the Fair Work Ombudsman.

Personal banking satisfaction level at 19-year high

Personal banking satisfaction level at 19-year high

Satisfaction levels increased by 0.3 per cent from December 2014 to January 2015, hitting a 19-year high of 82.9 per cent. This marks a 1.3 per cent increase over the last 12 months.

Business events: just be cool

Business events: just be cool

You've got to get to the (succinct) point quickly, have kits of info ready to go for those who want to take it with them, and then... nothing.

RBA leaves cash rate unchanged

RBA leaves cash rate unchanged

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has left the cash rate unchanged at 2.25 per cent, while suggesting “further easing of policy” may be needed in the coming months.

Tips for keeping off-site employees productive

Tips for keeping off-site employees productive

As Australian small business owners and jobseekers eye opportunities for work-life balance, more workplaces are beginning to provide flexible work options.

iiNet penalised $204,000 for unclear advertising

iiNet penalised $204,000 for unclear advertising

iiNet has been ordered a penalty of $204,000 after it was found recent advertisements failed to prominently state the total minimum price of their Naked Broadband 250GB Plan.


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