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Mal Chenu

Mal Chenu

Why Women Make Better CEOs Than Men

5 min read

Women are superior leaders and the companies they run tend to outperform those with men at the top, according to new research from Macquarie Business School.

Bushfire Crisis

Bushfire Crisis

$25 Million Trust Fund Established For Children Of Fallen Firies

2 min read

A permanent $25 million trust fund is being established to support the children of volunteers who have died while on duty protecting communities from Australia's natural disasters.

Life

Life

Unexpected Reason Man Gave Up His Business Class Seat

2 min read

Many of us often hope for an upgrade when we're flying.

Views

Views

A Chinese Company Just Bought Some Of Our Biggest Milk Brands. Should We Be Worried?

6 min read

China’s buying the farm again.

Simon Sheikh

Simon Sheikh

What Aussie Businesses Can Do Right Now To Save Our Planet

6 min read

The saying “business as usual” doesn’t apply to today’s climate emergency.

Simon Sheikh

Simon Sheikh

Why I'm Paying My Staff To Strike For The Climate

3 min read

The saying “business as usual” does not apply to today’s climate emergency.

Tech

Tech

Company Spends Thousands On Flowers, Hoping To Get The Domain Name They Want

6 min read

Every day, a new bunch of flowers arrives at an office in Sydney, the latest installment in a campaign for a superannuation firm hoping to secure a domain name owned by someone else.

Kate Iselin

Kate Iselin

Sex Work Is Real Work, So Let Me Pay Tax

6 min read

Like millions of other Australians, Belinda* had set up an appointment with an accountant to get her tax done.

Crime

Crime

'Elaborate' Uni Fraud Scamming Aussie Businesses Of Millions

2 min read

A new phone and email scam has swindled Australian business owners more than one million dollars in just a matter of weeks, police have warned.

National

National

Skills Humans Will Need To Get A Job In The Robot Age

3 min read

Experts agree if you want to compete in the job markets of the future you have to soften up and be human.

News

News

Aussie CEOs: White Blokes Called Andrew Or Michael

3 min read

The average Australian chief executive officer is a white male, most likely named Andrew or Michael, who was educated at a sandstone university according to a study called “Easy to Classify”.

National

National

No-Work Wednesdays: The Company Eliminating Hump Day From The Working Week

2 min read

Hump-day. The bridge between the worst and best 48 hours of the working week. But how useful is it as a working day? One Australian app development company says not at all...

The Project

The Project

Bad News For Businesswomen

1 min read

Listen up, tens, a researcher is speaking. And they have bad news.

National

National

Ally's Evolution From Cosplayer To Gaming's Heavy Hitter

4 min read

Ally McLean's pathway to becoming a video game developer was unconventional.

News

News

Is Being A Whistleblower Worth It?

3 min read

A whistleblower exposes information or activity at a company in the private or public sector that is illegal, unethical or not correct.

Style

Style

We Asked An Expert To Explain Zara's Controversial New Logo

2 min read

Spanish fast-fashion retailer Zara unveiled a brand new logo on Sunday and it's ... different.

Updated

Updated

Aussie Make-up Mogul Napoleon Perdis' Empire Collapses Putting Hundreds Of Jobs At Risk

3 min read

The home-grown cosmetics brand Napoleon Perdis -- named after its founder -- has gone into voluntary administration.

National

National

Controversial 'Battered Wife' Fish And Chip Shop Closing Down After 'Witch Hunt'

2 min read

The controversially named Battered Wife Fish and Chips shop is closing down after a complaint was made to the Department of Fair Work.