Hong Kong-based entrepreneur and tycoon Allan Zeman FCPA isn’t shy and is quick to spot opportunity – and dress up as a jellyfish. But there is more to him than meets the eye.
As the abolition of child labour is a priority of the United Nations, Australia is formally addressing working standards domestically to eradicate modern slavery.
How do parents teach their children to manage money in an age when the use of cash is declining? Two friends had a great idea for a start-up and found a solution in an educational debit card.
Experts believe it is not a lack of insight or intelligence that makes us abandon caution, but a behavioural tick hardwired into our brains known as optimism bias. It can be dangerous and lead to crippling financial decisions.
Employers do not have to pay the 9.5 per cent superannuation guarantee to people who earn less than A$450 a month from one employer. Critics say this disadvantages low-income workers or people who work multiple jobs with different employers. Should the threshold be raised, or dropped altogether?
India's economic growth has been propelled by government reforms, business innovation and a dynamic young workforce.
The dairy industry has always been a difficult game unless you know how to milk an opportunity. Australian Dairy Farms Group's CEO Peter Skene has put in place a bold strategy.
Financial misconduct has been widely exposed after a series of bombshells, causing many to question the ethics of big institutions. Can IR (integrated reporting) restore trust?
Shutting down keyboard warriors can be a battle but with social media defamation on the rise, potential financial penalties may become a major deterrent to saying the wrong thing.
As CFO of Bank South Pacific, which has the largest branch network in Papua New Guinea and South Pacific markets, Ronesh Dayal CPA is constantly seeking to fine-tune the bank’s operations.