Does Amazon’s entry into Australia bother Ruslan Kogan? Heck no. Look up LED TVs on amazon.com.au and the first few listings are … yep, you guessed it, for kogan.com.
Vuly Play CEO Joe Andon first sold trampolines from his bedroom, but now his innovative outdoor play products sell in 13 countries.
When it comes to money, humans are not rational creatures. Behavioural economics uses subtle prods to shift our bad habits.
Jacquetta Griggs FCPA, CFO at AIS and deputy president of CPA Australia’s Victorian Divisional Council, has a passion for education and a nose for cash flow.
Semi-autonomous vehicles are predicted to arrive in Australia by 2020. Fully autonomous cars are expected in 2025, according to the Future of Car Ownership report by the NRMA. Driverless cars may improve road safety and enhance the mobility of older people, but they also present significant issues around data privacy. What do the experts think?
As cryptocurrencies continue to lure investors and make them fortunes – or not – authorities around the globe are assessing how to treat altcoins for tax purposes. One clear consensus is emerging: if you spend or invest in them, it is crucial to understand how such transactions are treated for tax purposes.
Ashley Wearne, the boss at cybersecurity group Sophos, says the latest strategy against digital criminals is to strike early and fight smarter.
Asia’s ultra-wealthy business elites are facing their biggest challenge – successfully passing on their hard-earned fortunes to the next generation.
What role can accountants play during Australia’s huge A$195 billion defence spend, amid demands for innovation, transparency and a nation’s security?
Podcasts are the rising stars of the internet, with listeners tuning in for an average 48 minutes at a time. For businesses wanting to boost their profiles and generate leads, it could be the next big thing.
Small and medium businesses (SMEs) that want to behave and act like bigger companies really have more choice than ever before with the help of ERP software.
There’s evidence that building on your strengths, rather than addressing your weaknesses, can make you happier and more successful at work.
With 1.3 million Chinese tourists already heading Down Under annually, here’s how Australian operators plan to remain China’s flavour of the month.
Smart speakers can make your everyday life easier – and they sound pretty good, too.
Capturing logic in a row, then referring to it in a formula, can halve the length of your formulas and stop you getting head spins.
Li-Anne Ooi CPA was among the first batch of non-accounting graduates recruited by PwC Singapore in 2012. Her background? A degree from Le Cordon Bleu culinary college.
Robyn Cameron CPA has survived two episodes of breast cancer and is now one of Australia’s top fundraisers for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
It’s the story we keep writing – how do we get more women into leadership roles? We keep writing it because it’s still not happening in a meaningful or timely way. What’s holding women back, and how can men be part of the solution?
Deciding on what to charge a client might be a grey area, but knowing what you’re worth can be black and white.