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Hannah Tattersall

Based in New York, Hannah Tattersall writes for publications in Australia and New Zealand on business, arts, fashion, travel and lifestyle. She has been published in the Australian Financial Review, The Sydney Morning Herald, Qantas The Australian Way, Frankie and Australian House & Garden. In her spare time she’s writing a romantic comedy.

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Britta Seeger believes Mercedes-Benz can maintain its luxury status while adapting to the demands of a new market.

Britta Seeger's customer-centric strategy is making a marque on Mercedes-Benz

Marcel Hunt CPA.

Wheel love: Marcel Hunt CPA on the importance of being passionate about work

Dress code? What dress code? It’s not uncommon to see staff wear jeans, chinos and tailored shorts every day of the week, no matter the industry.

What not to wear: should your workplace have a dress code?

For business class travellers in particular, the standard of meals can be akin to dining in a world-class restaurant.

Airline food really is getting better

Jane Lu's motto is "work hard, play hard, more wine, less whine". Photos by Graham Jepson.

From garage to business empire in 7 years for The Lazy CEO

Agnes Chan FCPA, managing partner at EY Hong Kong, is on a mission to keep fellow female talent firmly in place.

Women can make partner: advice from those who have made it

Falcone now sources as many products as she can from Australia and New Zealand to keep the company's carbon footprint down.

Natural products plug market gap

Andy McKeon has been enlisted to help make Facebook work for business in a challenging social media environment.

What makes Facebook tick?

Ori Allon is using his Urban Compass platform as a base to build local neighbourhood networks in New York.

Ori Allon: The digital wizard who changed Google and Twitter

Dare Jennings outside the store where it all began in Camperdown, Sydney | Photo: Damian Bennett

The Deus effect