Will the UK’s prolonged divorce from the European Union be an opportunity to restore the country to global eminence by reinvigorating the Commonwealth as a trading network?
When it comes to money, humans are not rational creatures. Behavioural economics uses subtle prods to shift our bad habits.
Semi-autonomous vehicles are predicted to arrive in Australia by 2020. Fully autonomous cars are expected in 2025, according to the Future of Car Ownership report by the NRMA. Driverless cars may improve road safety and enhance the mobility of older people, but they also present significant issues around data privacy. What do the experts think?
As cryptocurrencies continue to lure investors and make them fortunes – or not – authorities around the globe are assessing how to treat altcoins for tax purposes. One clear consensus is emerging: if you spend or invest in them, it is crucial to understand how such transactions are treated for tax purposes.
What role can accountants play during Australia’s huge A$195 billion defence spend, amid demands for innovation, transparency and a nation’s security?
With 1.3 million Chinese tourists already heading Down Under annually, here’s how Australian operators plan to remain China’s flavour of the month.
Why are some super funds struggling when funds are pouring into them all the time?
Small businesses in the Asia-Pacific region are successfully leaping into the digital era and are optimistic about the future, according to CPA Australia’s 2017 small business survey.
There’s so much more to demographer and analyst Bernard Salt than a quip about A$22 smashed avocado on toast.
To remain livable and economically competitive, rapidly growing cities need to embrace high-tech solutions to solve their many practical problems. However, how willing are citizens to sacrifice their privacy for the benefits of smart cities, and can government regulations keep up with new tech?