July 2018

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Tim Reed always wanted to be involved in business in some way, shape or form.

Courage, humility, drive and vision: what MYOB's Tim Reed values most in leaders


Over the Moo's Alexander Houseman has found a niche in the Australian ice cream market.

Dairy-free Over the Moo finds niche in Australian ice cream market


Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

Why managers are always a bad idea


Are the risks too great to accept payments in cryptocurrencies?

Should your business accept bitcoin payment?


While workplace policies encourage anonymous whistleblowing, Australia’s Corporations Act protects only whistleblowers that are willing to identify themselves. Illustration: Adam Nickel.

Tell the truth and ruin your career: should whistleblowers be compensated?


Eco-friendliness is part of Sonvea Fushi's DNA.

The eco-friendly hotel that might save the Maldives


Understand and arm yourself against everything from Android malware to zero-day exploits.

Your guide to cybersecurity threats and how to deal with them


With the US imposing stricter rules on the use of painkillers, demand for the raw material of poppy has tumbled.

Why a US crackdown on painkillers is hurting Tasmanian farmers


American con artist George C. Parker claimed to have "sold" the newly opened Brooklyn Bridge up to twice a week for 30 years. Police stopped several of his victims from erecting toll booths on their new purchase. Illustrations: Michael Killalea

Ponzi scheme, fraud, white-collar crime: 6 modern-day swindlers and how they did it


Sales teams have been forced to adapt to new customer buying behaviour – consumers who have already researched potential purchases online and are well on the sales journey before they decide to initiate contact with a business.

Success for salespeople in the digital economy