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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.