March 2015

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Dr Paul Brock AM at his office in Sydney

Paul Brock's passion for education proves essential in battling motor neurone disease

Search monopoly? Inside Google's North Carolina data centre.

Why compete when you can monopolise the market instead?


12 tips for hiring new talent

Freelance and social media, workplace predictions for 2015

Six workplace predictions for 2015

Small-fry clients are putting the bite on lawyers

Small-fry clients put the bite on lawyers

Are subscription services feeding a need?

Subscription shopping: Fad or future?

James Freestone studied business and German at Aston University in Birmingham, UK, and completed internships in Austria and Shanghai before getting a full-time position with WaterRock Capital

Are unpaid internships good experience or exploitation?


Diversity is an asset. Use it.

Got milk?

Saint David Dairy's hipster milk delivers to locals

Kate Burleigh: Chips with everything

Intel Australia's managing director Kate Burleigh plays her chips right

Dr Google's good side

Apple and Google lead the tech industry into the health care minefield


A numbers nerd finds her dream job

The world's big build

What the world needs now is infrastructure investment

As internet TV goes mainstream, distributors like Game of Thrones producer HBO are fighting to keep their grip on profitability

In the battle for online TV streaming, who will reign supreme?

In some quarters it’s a warm and fuzzy concept that’s not taken too seriously, but there’s evidence workplace happiness really can lead to increased productivity and profitability

Why a happy workplace is essential to your bottom line

Australia currently has a tax treaty with the UK to avoid individuals doubling up on tax, but not with Hong Kong

Tax traps to avoid for Aussies working overseas

Lifestyles of private bankers have all the perks

Perks for private banking clients match their level of investment

How to master moving averages in Excel


Sharon Portelli FCPA: full time accountant, part-time snake wrangler

Are you passing the ethics buck at work?

There are no words to excuse a bad work ethic