Economics

People expect that if they make a change in their career, they have to take a massive pay cut, but that's not always necessarily true.

When is an average job offer too good to refuse?


The government announced a consultation on whether property buyers could opt-out of paying stamp duty and instead pay a smaller annual property tax.

NSW budget focuses on stimulus and job creation


6 ways community banking makes a difference


There are a host of initiatives designed to elevate the living standards of Malaysians.

Malaysian budget announcements you may have missed


Malaysia earmarks its largest ever budget spending allocation.

Malaysian 2021 Budget sees historic spend


Traditional retailers who were slow to diversify from their bricks-and-mortar retailing now realise that they have to have an online channel.

Retail trends: From transaction to experience


A mock-up of aerospace manufacturer Blue Origin’s crew lander vehicle that is set for launch in 2024 to take a team of NASA astronauts to the moon.

Watch this space: Why every business will be a space business


Car-sharing services were slow to take off in Australia, but the industry is now booming.

Car share industry drives sustainable future


More businesses and governments are engaging in ethical investing – in the pursuit of both financial returns and socially desirable outcomes.

Dr Dambisa Moyo: Responsible investing in the future


Accountancy has seen the rise of such subscription services, from basic consumer-level bookkeeping services through to complex industry-specific accountancy software for large firms.

Set and forget: Subscription services on the up and up


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