The legal profession is being disrupted by new players and technology, but law firm Gilbert + Tobin has taken a creative approach to the challenge. Its COO, Sam Nickless, is future-proofing the group by embracing disruption and turning it to the firm’s advantage.
We’re still in the computerised Third Industrial Revolution, but that high-tech sound you can hear is the Fourth Industrial Revolution coming to change the way everyone does business. Ready for Industry 4.0?
Australia’s organic food exports are doing so well the main fear is that producers cannot keep up with the demand.
A lack of sound advice and a minefield of regulatory issues are adding to the stress of moving older Australians into aged care.
It’s becoming more common for workers to take a freelance “gig” rather than a permanent job. What does this mean for accounting?
The fortunes of the super-rich, like Bill Gates and Jack Ma, are growing globally, and they can grow or tumble by billions in a matter of hours.
The Australian Federal Government is forecast to announce before year-end further measures to curb the multi-billion-dollar black economy.
With August 2017 marking the 10-year anniversary of the global financial crisis (GFC), there are warning signs of another financial meltdown.
Bitcoin and blockchain have the potential to change the way Papua New Guineans gain access to funds and credit.
As the world’s zero-tax havens disappear and corporate tax rates are slashed, many economists say the outcome will be smaller government budget deficits, stronger growth, higher wages and more jobs. While presidents and prime ministers are advocating tax reform, not everyone is convinced.