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Salad threat to fast food market

Salad threat to fast food market

Luke Baylis is a man with good timing – eleven years ago he managed to turn his own personal quest to eat healthy and improve his lifestyle into a …

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 …

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Workplace Culture: does it really matter?

Workplace Culture: does it really matter?

The term ‘workplace culture’ is commonly used as a point of difference between businesses looking to attract high-calibre employees to work for them, but what does it mean and does it really matter to small businesses?

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 for two years.

Companies unprepared against reputation risk

Companies unprepared against reputation risk

A global survey has revealed that only 19 per cent of companies believe they are capable of managing reputation risks.

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 government -- in a move that will increase input costs for many small business owners.

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.


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