Giant American delivery service UPS has started delivering products by drone after approval from the United States Government.
As WeWork’s financial woes seem to endlessly pile upon each other the company is now trying to sell three companies it acquired in the last few years.
One of Australia’s richest men, Andrew Forrest has pledged $442m of his own money to help cleanse the world of 350 million tonnes of discarded plastic that is choking oceans and overflowing landfills.
Non-bank lender, Latitude Financial Group has raised the stakes in the banking wars by seeking as much as $1.4b in an initial public offering to support its challenge for a share of the Australian personal loans market.
NSW Health has been embarking on a digital transformation of the organisation, including electronic patient medical records and managing medication via its e-Meds system.
The Australian headquarters of besieged international office designer WeWork refuse to speculate about the future of their workplace hubs in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Melbourne as the parent company in New York faces mountainous financial pressure to survive.
Airbnb the accommodation concept loved by tourists and hated by hotels is planning to list as a public company next year meaning more disruption to the battle for the tourism dollar.