When he’s not running MYOB, Tim Reed is likely to be found kicking a football with his children, reading about quantum computing or horse riding to clear his head.
Alexander Houseman’s dairy-free ice cream range, Over The Moo, is now a staple in the freezers of Australia’s biggest supermarket chains.
Elon Musk says putting managers in the middle of communications is “incredibly dumb”. He’s not alone.
Despite the volatility of cryptocurrency – and the tax status of the so-called “altcoins” as a digital asset rather than currency – two of the Big Four accounting and audit frms already accept payment in bitcoin. Should you too accept payment in cryptocurrency, or are the risks too great?
As many corporate whistleblowers discover, doing the right thing isn’t always rewarded. Instead, telling the truth can be followed by retribution and career ruin. Ahead of their appearance at the World Congress of Accountants (WCOA), Wendy Addison, Sylvain Mansotte and Michael Woodford ask: How do we make it safe to speak up?
To call Soneva Fushi an eco-friendly resort would be an understatement. CEO Sonu Shivdasani talks about why it’s not just another crunchy-granola outpost.
Your A–Z guide to cybersecurity threats and how to deal with them.
Australia provides half of the world’s legal supply of raw opiate, but demand and prices are tumbling.
The well-travelled, cold-calling salesperson appears a casualty of an evolving economic landscape. How do accounting firms and other businesses sell in this brave new world?
The only thing more surprising than fraud itself is the level of respect and power perpetrators - Bernie Madoff, Belle Gibson, Martin Shkreli and the like - achieve before being brought to justice.