January 2016

Why young Aussie graduates still don’t want to join a startup and what needs to change

1:47PM | Monday, 18 January 2016 | By Denham Sadler Young Australian STEM graduates are among the most averse in the world to joining a startup, a new study claims.

Uber to offer helicopter rides, prices likely to be sky-high

1:17PM | Monday, 18 January 2016 | By Dinushi Dias You might soon be able to get a helicopter ride home...

How hackers who “give a shit” are helping to preserve Indigenous culture and bridge social gaps

1:55PM | Monday, 18 January 2016 | By Dinushi Dias A growing community of Melbourne tech developers are working with social change-makers to create a new face for hackers.

“The bitcoin experiment has failed”: Lead developer of the virtual currency jumps ship

1:51PM | Monday, 18 January 2016 | By Denham Sadler The developer detailed his disappointment with the direction the cryptocurrency has taken in a blog post over the weekend.

How to get 10-year-olds excited by entrepreneurship and pitching startups like professionals

1:40AM | Monday, 18 January 2016 | By Steve Glaveski We should ask students what they want to create when they grow up, not what they want to be.

Richard Branson’s three key lessons from his own startup failures

1:29AM | Monday, 18 January 2016 | By Denham Sadler Despite being one of the most successful and well-known entrepreneurs in the world, Branson says the most important things he has learned have come from his own failings.

How to use transparency to grow your startup

1:23AM | Monday, 18 January 2016 | By Robert Hango-Zada Customer-centric disruption has led to a new era of unprecedented transparency in business.

Why Netflix is unlikely to succeed in stopping you access more content

1:04AM | Monday, 18 January 2016 | By David Glance VPN providers have already committed to deploying new IP addresses to help users bypass any blocks.

David Bowie – a role model for entrepreneurs

1:53AM | Monday, 18 January 2016 | By Sue Barrett People tend to forget Bowie was once named Businessman of the Year by UK newspaper The Mirror.

Is Twitter liable when terrorists use the platform?

1:48AM | Monday, 18 January 2016 | By Bruce Baer Arnold If ISIS and its supporters use Twitter to facilitate terrorist action or merely spread propaganda, is the social network liable?