Sydney would be well advised to follow the example of South American authorities in surveying the needs and dangers women face in using public transport and what can be done to improve overall safety.
A new employment survey says Australians working overseas are at a distinct disadvantage when they return home and apply for senior corporate roles and that employers are wary of applicants with international experience.
The Australian Investment Council presented awards to a number of outstanding firms and industry leaders across the private capital sector at the Melbourne Cricket Ground last night.
One of the world’s biggest venture capitalists is looking for investment opportunities in Australian startups and new technology beginners in the hope of finding the next unicorn.
Apple’s much-anticipated launch of its new phone became an unexpected triple play when the technological giant produced not one, but three new phones, in a rainbow of colours.
Once the hottest tip on the New York Stock Exchange, WeWork, who turned redesigning and refurbishing office space into a billion-dollar business, is facing mountainous financial pressures over allegations it might have overstated its value by 50 per cent and has delayed its IPO indefinitely.
Startup bank Xinja has cleared another hurdle on its way to realising its ambition to become a major disruptor in the Australian retail banking system by offering better service and home loans that take just seven minutes to approve.