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Private Australian business sales on the rise again

The BizExchange Index for the June 09 quarter has been released and and it provides further evidence that the economy may have bottomed out.

Research: Working mums have fatter kids

As if it wasn't hard enough to be a female entrepreneur, and a mother to boot. Now comes news that mothers of modest means who are working full time are more likely to have fat kids.

IBISWorld identifies best, worst growth industries for 09/10

A report released this week by business analyst IBISWorld points to what it predicts will be the top 10 best and five worst growth industries for the coming year.

We’re not the only media outlet to make mistakes

If you're going to mount a moral crusade, make sure that you get your facts straight first...

We're not the only media outlet to make mistakes

If you're going to mount a moral crusade, make sure that you get your facts straight first...

Australia’s vanishing clean coal opportunity

If we are to defend and improve our competitive standing as a first-tier global economy, Australia needs to invest heavily in the development of...

Australia's vanishing clean coal opportunity

If we are to defend and improve our competitive standing as a first-tier global economy, Australia needs to invest heavily in the development of...

With superannuation savings slashed, boomers postpone retirement

Global research group TNS has released research indicating that 44 percent of Baby Boomers plan to postpone their retirement in light of the global economic crisis.

R&D commercialisation under siege?

Surely the commercialisation of our world-class R&D is in the public interest. So why do we circle warily around the intellectual property that is...

R&D commercialisation under siege?

Surely the commercialisation of our world-class R&D is in the public interest. So why do we circle warily around the intellectual property that is...

Strategy: Customer feedback loops

Being the first to react to changing customer needs and preferences is often the difference between business success and failure. Witness, for example, how quickly Sony lost its early dominance of the portable music device market to Apple, which responded faster and more innovatively to demand for digital audio devices.

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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