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Communications Minister Paul Fletcher says the federal government is making “further progress” in the area of online security by releasing a draft to design a “binding online privacy code” for cyber platforms. “It’s designed to provide Australians with more...
Fuelled by rampant growth amid the Covid-19 pandemic and a $11m funding round, hospitality software outfit Mr Yum is taking its business global, expanding to the UK and the US to offer millions of new customers its QR code...
The board of credit bureau and data firm illion has pledged to fix the issue of high employee turnover, despite executive chairman Ben Frewin not giving staff the opportunity to ask questions at a virtual town hall meeting.
Beijing’s brutal persecution of millions is condemned across the world. But it is proving very lucrative for China.Concern about China’s treatment of the Uighur ethnic minority in the country’s vast northwestern region has been building for several years now.Of...
Woolworths’ food sales have started to pull back as Sydneysiders return to dining out, but restored freedoms have sent shoppers back to Big W.The pandemic continues to give Australian retailers a bumpy ride, with Woolworths seeing a slowdown in...
“Dead man walking” is a term that describes a death row prisoner being led to execution, the title of an Oscar-winning film, and more recently an investment view about traditional energy stocks.
Andrew Bragg and the Senate Communications Committee grilled the ABC’s senior management during Senate Estimates on Tuesday.Liberal Senators scrutinised the national broadcaster over its social media code and balance of opinion.The ABC has also recently faced criticism over its...
The head of Victoria’s Royal Commission into Crown Resorts has lashed out the company’s biggest shareholder James Packer and the shadow of influence he cast over the group’s board as he finds it is no longer suitable to hold...
News Corp chief executive Robert Thomson has forecast strong growth for the media company, following on from its most profitable 12 months since 2013.
Having launched more than a dozen biotech companies, including mRNA vaccine producer Moderna, the question Robert Langer gets asked the most is “what is the next big thing”.

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