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Cameron Cooper

Cameron has worked as a journalist for three decades, contributing to publications including The Bulletin, The Australian, Management Today and Qantas The Australian Way. A former editor of Business Asia, Cameron may have walked the Kokoda Track and trekked from the southern-most point of South Korea to the capital Seoul in the north, but is still happiest relaxing in front of the cricket.

Economists anticipate prolonged economic uncertainty, but are confident recovery will certainly be led by technology-intensive jobs and industries.

8 ways the COVID-19 recession will change your life


A highlight of the budget are HK$5000 electronic consumer vouchers that will be handed out to every eligible Hong Kong permanent resident and new immigrants aged 18 or above.

Record deficit, but Hong Kong banking on economic growth again


Plant-based products can also complement animal products as Australia seeks to ramp up its meat exports.

A matter of taste: Meat alternatives market set for growth


The late Steve Jobs (L), chairman of Apple Computers, and John Sculley, Apple’s former president, pose with the original Macintosh personal computer, in January 1984.

What's the golden age to become an entrepreneur?


In Australia, telehealth options have largely been the reserve of rural and remote patients, until now.

Digital health: Here to stay post-pandemic?


Jason Shum CPA is the founder of EasyTrack.ai, an automation platform that acts as a virtual COO for professional services firms.

Jason Shum CPA: Playing it safe increases your chance of failure


Phu My Bridge in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Infrastructure projects: Australia's path to economic recovery


This Tesla Roadster, with a dummy named Starman, was launched from SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket in 2018, and is known to have made it beyond the orbit of Mars. A little over two years on, in May 2020, SpaceX successfully launched a manned rocket into orbit.

Full speed ahead for electric vehicles


Steven Groves FCPA, CFO Department of Defence. Photo: Anthony Geernaert.

Steven Groves FCPA: Big budgets and bold moves


Accountants must recognise that they are living in environmental systems that are under severe stress.

Corporate sustainability and ESG: counting on accountants


Fiona Schutt CPA, CFO WorkSafe Victoria.

Worksafe Victoria CFO Fiona Schutt CPA: connecting people, protecting workers


Belinda Hogan, CFO of smartbank 86 4000. Photo: Anthony Geernaert.

Meet the CFO of Australia's first smartbank: Belinda Hogan CPA


Accountants are highly technical and detailed people. However, soft skills such as an ability to communicate and connect with clients may sometimes be lacking.

6 ways accountants can build client relationships and improve communication


As economies slow around the world, the onus will be on CEOs, accountants and finance professionals to guide businesses of all sizes through stormy waters.

Business issues 2020: brace for challenges ahead


Some critics suggest consumers should be more proactive in chasing the best possible deals when renewing contracts such as insurance.

Customer loyalty doesn't pay. Here's why.


Adam Black FCPA. Photo: Anthony Geernaert.

Career lessons learned from Adam Black FCPA, CFO of ANU


Rajeshwar Singh CPA. Photo: Ropate Kama.

As CFO of BSP, Rajeshwar Singh CPA excels at juggling


After a six-month rotation as a part of the GE Financial Management Program, Kim Tang CPA realised that his true passion was in financial management. Photo: Calvin Sit.

Kim Tang CPA of City Super delivers the goods in his role as CFO


As the world increasingly favours card, online and contactless payments, society is grappling with the implications, good and bad, of a possible cashless society in the near future.

The backlash against contactless payment has arrived


Ian Broadway FCPA, CFO of St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, runs a team of about 30 in finance and 50 in other departments. Photography: Damien Pleming.

Meet the CFO of St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne: Ian Broadway FCPA